CLEVELAND (AP) – A larger-than-life LeBron James will again tower over downtown.

The city’s planning commission approved artwork on Friday for a new 10-story-high banner of the NBA superstar, his arms outstretched and “Cleveland” across the back of his jersey.

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It will hang across the street from Quicken Loans Arena, home of the Cavaliers.

The Nike-sponsored banner is similar to the black-and-white “Witness” that adorned an outside wall of Sherwin-Williams Co.’s headquarters for years. It was removed after James left for the Miami Heat in 2010.

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The new banner is expected to be installed before the Cavs’ home opener on Oct. 30 against New York.

James signed as a free agent with the Cavs this summer, returning to his home state to attempt to win Cleveland’s first major pro sports championship since 1964.

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