|LeBron James: The Business Insider|
New York (CNN) -- LeBron James addresses the off-season controversy over his decision to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers to play for the Miami Heat in a 90-second video posted on YouTube by Nike.
"What should I do?" the NBA star asks rhetorically.
The video -- titled "Rise" -- begins on a set similar to the one James used to announce last summer he was leaving Cleveland, Ohio, for Miami, Florida.
The fast-paced video looks at different scenarios of what James could have done, including a cameo by "Miami Vice" TV star Don Johnson offering advice.
"You've got to deal with the heat, man," Johnson says. "Be patient. After a while the temperature drops and everything is free and easy."
James recites a portion of Maya Angelou's poem "Still I Rise."
"Should I be who you want me to be?" James asks as a basketball rolls off his fingertips and into a hoop.
"We're celebrating his courage to forge his own journey even when others may have disagreed with his decisions," Nike's vice president of global brand marketing, Davide Grasso, said in a news release.
(Click here to read the full story on the CNN website. Below is the LeBron James Nike "Rise" video on YouTube.)