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Savannah Brinson and LeBron James have tied the knot.

The couple, parents of two sons and sweethearts for the past 12 (!) years since, finally made it official at the Grand Del Mar hotel in San Diego, Calif.

LeBron and Savannah Brinson

The couple's sons LeBron James, Jr., 8, and Bryce Maximus James, 6, were there for mom and dad's big day along with friends and family members.

On hand for the wedding were LeBron's teammate and fellow NBA all-star Dwyane Wade, his girlfriend Gabrielle Union, singer Ne-Yo and many others.

LeBron James and Savannah Brinson got engaged in January 2012 after he proposed with a huge ring at the Shelborne hotel in South Beach.

Congratulations to the happy couple and family!

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Has LeBron James gobbled up Reggie Bush's alleged sloppy seconds?

According to a Bossip report, the basketball superstar exchanged some racy text messages with the model after spotting her at a Miami nightclub this month, although it's unclear if any bodily fluids were exchanged between the two.

Heck, it's unclear if this story is even true, considering Ortega ALSO accused Bush of texting her inappropriately back when he was dating Kim Kardashian.

Learn more about these allegations in the following video and take note: LeBron is engaged to Savanna Brinson and a wedding is scheduled in San Diego for September 14.

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LeBron James is apparently channeling his inner Jay-Z this offseason.

The Miami Heat star released a teaser on Instagram of himself rapping, and his rendition of Hov's "N--gas in Paris" is not the worst thing ever.

"Yo you already know what it is ... it's the kid King James," he says.

Indeed. Listen and evaluate the NBA champ's game below:

Summation: LBJ is no 'Ye on the mic. But he's also no Tan Mom.

He's also got a good potential teacher in BFF Drake, at least.

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Drake was denied entry to the Miami Heat locker room yesterday evening in amusing fashion, but made up for the slight later by partying with the team.

The Heat finished off the visiting San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 Thursday, then polished off MANY bottles of champagne late into the South Beach night.

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and company hit Story nightclub in Miami, partying until 5:30 this morning with Pat Riley, Gabrielle Union and yes, Drake:

Drake is famously tight with LeBron James, as the above clip shows, but even that wasn't enough to get him into the locker room right after the win.

Arena security negged the rapper as he attempted to come congratulate his boys, telling him "This is media, pure media." Drake's reply? "I am media."

LOL. Watch the clip after the jump:

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LeBron James is a four-time NBA MVP who dropped 32 pounds on the San Antonio Spurs last night as his Miami Heat evened the NBA Finals at two games.

But Chael Sonnen is unimpressed.

The UFC fighter (who has dropped his last two bouts) appeared this week on The Jim Rome Show and scoffed at James' reputation because he has only won a single title and single Olympic Gold Medal.

"I think LeBron's a dork," Sonnen said. "It's so aggravating to hear a title be called a 'world champion' when it's only done in America. It's not a global event where the whole world can participate. You didn't win a world title. You won a national title."

Fair enough. Sort of. But Sonnen has never won any professional titles, so perhaps he's the true dork. Oh yes, we said it!

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LeBron James' insane block on Tiago Splitter during last night's NBA Finals contest was the unquestioned highlight of the Miami Heat's Game 2 blowout.

LeBron James Block GIF

James' dunk-denying rejection of Splitter early in the fourth quarter was part of a run that cemented a 103-84 win for the Heat, tying the Finals at 1-1.

The epic reverse-posterization wasn't a game-changer, but was emblematic of how LeBron took over in the second half against the San Antonio Spurs.

Can he lead Miami to its second straight title this month? That remains to be seen, but the man continues to make nightly plays that defy comprehension.

Watch the play from numerous angles in the video after the jump:

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Otherworldly LeBron James highlights are becoming commonplace, which is amazing as none of the plays he makes are at all common or of this world.

The Miami Heat star is having one of the best seasons in NBA history by any metric, but his nightly highlight reels are just getting beyond ridiculous.

Tuesday night against the Bucks, LBJ eschewed an open teammate in favor of ... a mid-air pass off the backboard to himself for an alley-oop dunk. #NBD

Does he also get an assist for this?

It's almost an afterthought, but James also changed hands in mid-air to make the pass with his left hand. Check it out in animated GIF form after the jump!

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Jason Terry was killed last night … in a manner of speaking. LeBron James' unreal dunk over the hapless Boston Celtics guard was an absolute soul-crusher.

Some Miami Heat-backing pranksters took that sentiment a step further, however, LITERALLY killing the 35-year-old NBA veteran on his Wikipedia page.

Cause of death: Being viciously dunked on.

A similar Wiki-murder was ascribed, briefly, to Brandon Knight, who was victimized by a similarly vicious DeAndre Jordan dunk earlier this month.

Ironically, by virtue of their participation in these epic moments, both Knight and Terry will be immortalized … in posters of DeAndre and LeBron.

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LeBron James and the Miami Heat won their 23rd consecutive game last night, coming back in the fourth quarter against the Boston Celtics and winning 105-103 on a LeBron jumper with 10 seconds remaining.

But it was two points from the superstar from earlier in the game that really stand out.

Following a Miami steal, Norris Cole lobbed a seemingly uncatchable pass to his teammate from under the Boston basket. But watch now as James swoops in, snags the ball at least 12 feet in the air and posterizes Jason Terry:

The only question now remaining: Which slam was better: This one, or DeAndre Jordan's dunk over Brandon Knight?

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For once, a LeBron James highlight that involves him on the losing end!

Check out this sick dunk by Jrue Holiday of the Philadelphia 76ers ...

With 1:25 remaining, Holiday, an All-Star himself, decimated the Miami Heat defense with a series of sweet dribble moves and an emphatic finish.

Not DeAndre Jordan material, but pretty impressive just the same.

Of course, the game-tying slam wasn't enough to get the one thing that matters. LeBron got the last laugh as the Heat prevailed 98-94 for their 20th straight win.

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