COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSPD) -- LeBron is coming back to Cleveland. That's going to have a huge impact on ticket prices for Cavaliers games, according to Tim Louters with Tickets Galore.

"Tickets on the secondary market are a pretty simplified supply and demand," he said.

Demand for tickets is already increasing. Within minutes of LeBron James' announcement, Louters says his phones started ringing.

If you think you're going to get into Quicken Loans Arena for LeBron's first game back with the Cavs, be ready to shell out some big bucks. Louters says it's a ticket that won't be cheap and may not even be available.

"I would think there's not going to be any tickets available. Everyone's going to want to go and say they were there," he said.

He guesses the cheapest seats could go for $300 to $500 or more. He compares the situation to when Ohio State hosted Michigan in 2006 when the teams were ranked #1 and #2.

"There's never been anything like it and there's not going to be anything like it up there in the future so it's hard to gauge for sure," Louters said.

The hottest sports ticket in Cleveland may have been Johnny Manziel's first start for the Browns, but now Louters says it's LeBron and the Cavs for sure.