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On Monday, NBA superstars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade sang karaoke at Miami Heat teammate Shane Battier's annual South Beach Battioke charity event.
After LeBron sang a verse of Michael Jackson's "Rock With You", he was joined by D-Wade as they picked a lucky woman from the audience and serenaded her with Shai's "If I Ever Fall In Love".
Proceeds from the event went to The Battier Take Charge Foundation, which awards scholarships "to at-risk students who have proven themselves to be deserving young leaders". We will always support athletes raising money for charity, so we applaud LeBron, D-Wade, Battier and their Heat teammates and coaches for stepping up to help the cause.
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Shane Battier was able to get teammates LeBron James and Dwyane Wade to do a little karaoke during his Battiekoe 2013.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade serenade a lucky lady to the mid-90s Shai hit “If I Ever Fall In Love”.
LeBron Jim and Dwyane Wade took part in Shane Battier’s Battioke charity event in Miami over the weekend. They serenaded a female Heat fan on her birthday and made her feel outwardly uncomfortable. They went with the ever-popular Shai “If I Ever Fall in Love.”
It’s actually the most likable thing I’ve seen LBJ pull off, maybe ever…despite the almost lap dance.
This is for Shane Battier charity, always fun videos come out of it.
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