When the Heat visit Cleveland next week, LBJ expects an intense, but not dangerous, environment: “James said he felt the Cavs and the NBA would take measures to keep all the players safe from what is expected to be an emotionally charged crowd at Quicken Loans Arena. ‘I’m not concerned [about safety],’ James said. ‘It is a good league and they do their best to try to make sure the players and the fans have a good time.’ During his seven years with the Cavs, James was used to having numerous friends and family courtside for each game. That included his two sons, who are living with James’ girlfriend in his hometown of Akron. He said he’s still deciding whether any family or friends will attend the game. ‘It would probably be a good idea to keep my friends and family away,’ James said. ‘But it might be hard … they want to see it too. We’ll see.’”