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LeBron James has come to the rescue of one of his former teammates and recent on-court foe, Spurs Danny Green. Green made headlines following the Miami Heat’s game 7 win of the NBA Finals. Green said he just happened to end up at Story nightclub, the same spot where the Miami Heat were celebrating their victory over Green’s Spurs. A camera caught the two having a moment but, LeBron wants you to know that’s all it was.
Danny Green did not party with us on Thursday night. He came to say congrats and I told him how proud of him I was for taking advantage…..
— LeBron James (@KingJames) June 23, 2013
full advantage of the opportunity he was giving and keep going. We dapped up, showed love and he left. #StopBelievingAllYouHear
— LeBron James (@KingJames) June 23, 2013
Here’s the thing, I think most people figured it was something like that BUT, my question is. There were obviously news cameras outside of the club as there’s footage of various members of the Heat, head coach Erik Spoles...
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LeBron James stood atop a double-decker bus with a cigar in his
mouth for the parade, then kissed the championship trophy when the
party moved indoors. Shane Battier blew kisses to the crowd, Dwyane
Wade raised three fingers aloft and Chris Andersen flapped his arms
in a nod to his ''Birdman'' moniker.
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