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LeBron's New Sneakers Refer to Him as "Two-Time Champion"

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Despite the fact the Miami Heat are a hope, a prayer and two games away from their second championship of the LeBron James era, new pics of LeBron's next Nike sneaks supposedly leaked on the Internet today. The shoes refer to him as a "two-time champion."

According to Kix and the City, these are pics of the sockliner from the new Nike LeBron X Low:

Which is fine, and will be completely accurate come Thursday. We have no doubt in our mind. Obviously. This is obviously not a repeat of the time The Miami Herald ran an ad congratulating the Heat after they lost to Dallas. This is absolutely not that. At all. LeBron will be a two-time champ by the end of this week. This is what we keep telling ourselves. So, we see no problem with this whatsoever. In fact, they probably should have slapped 2x NBA Finals MVP on here too.

Anyway, here's what the shoe looks like:

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