Celebites: LeBron James at STK

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Cleveland Cavalier's star LeBron James celebrated his last night of the NBA All-Star break

with dinner at Miami Beach's latest hotspot, STK. On Tuesday night, the basketball legend was joined by 11 of

his friends at the trendy steakhouse. James and his entourage noshed on Lil'

Big Mac sliders, strip steaks and truffle French fries. They washed down their

decadent meal with bottles of Perrier-Jouet Rose champagne.

He might have been celebrating the East's 141-139 victory in the game. Or he might have been partying up due to his buddy, Dwyane Wade's, naming as all star MVP. Or who knows? Maybe he was talking with Wade about joining him in Cleveland -- or coming to Miami to play -- though the Knicks are maybe his next stop.

How did  the meal go down? We'll see tonight when the Cavaliers take on Carmelo Anthony and the Denver Nuggets at home. Steak can be hard to digest.

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