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LeBron James' Super-Secret Wedding Invites Have Gone Out

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LeBron James is going to get a second ring this summer. This one will be of the wedding variety.

TMZ reports that invitations to the September wedding between James and fiancée Savannah Brinson have gone out to guests, but the invites are low on details. In fact, guests are instructed to call a number sometime after August 1 in order to get the full details.

The invite only lists a "Welcome Barbecue" at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, and a "Farewell Brunch" on Sunday, Sept. 15. Nothing else is listed, but common sense would dictate that the actual wedding date is set for Saturday, Sept. 14.

Back in March, however, James and Brinson sent out a "Save the Date" card for the wedding which listed the wedding's location as San Diego (an area neither have any real connections to). No word on whether or not that has changed.

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