Cleveland. I think he knows that his current situation is good. The team has done everything within their power (and bankroll) to put players around Lebron, also building a state-of-the-art training facility near his house.
LA wouldn't work unless Kobe leaves. NY won't work because their management sucks.
The casino issue passed in Ohio last week. This paves the way for the first casinos in the state. All other past tries have failed for one reason or another (normally who will be running them). Two of the casinos will be operated by Dan Gilbert, the owner of the Cavs. One of the casinos will be built within easy walking distance of the 'Q' arena.
He needs Lebron to stay. 20,000 folks in town, near his casino for a minimum of 45 nights a year. There are even a few rumours about him trying to buy the Indians (he tried to buy the Brewers in the past). If he can get the current owners (Dolans, who don't have the cash to compete with the big boys) to sell, he would own two major sports teams and a casino within view of each other.
Lebron is the key to keeping the attendance up and to get folks excited about spinning some slots after games.
If he doesn't stay in Cleveland, I'd see him going to the Knicks or Heat, since Miami is going to have a lot of cap space, and Dwayne Wade and Lebron are buds. Those two on the same team could be dangerous to the rest of the league.
i like james and his stock would take a nosedive in my book if he went to the lakers. i hope he stays with the cavs. or at least i hope he gets the title with them this year. that team is build around him and its taken a few years to tweek it well enough to get them to the championship. if he goes anywhere he will be a kinck. but i voted he will stay with the cavs.