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LeBron James shaved his head

LeBron James sported a shaved head in the Philippines. (AP Images) LeBron James sported a shaved head in the Philippines. (AP Images)

With back-to-back NBA championship rings and four Most Valuable Player trophies in hand, LeBron James is no longer chasing his receding hairline. Photos taken a month ago give the appearance that King James has shaved his head.

Business Insider first noticed James' new 'do in photos taken during the "Witness History" basketball promotional stop in the Philippines.

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While James, 28, has not gone on the record regarding his dome, his new look is noticeably different than the way-back hairline revealed when he lost his trademark headband in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals.

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