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On Tuesday night basketball fans learned that LeBron James can not only dominate a basketball game, he can do it while providing some backup vocals for the great Marvin Gaye.

By Extra Mustard
December 30, 2015

On Tuesday night basketball fans learned that LeBron James can not only dominate a basketball game, he can do it while providing some backup vocals for the great Marvin Gaye.

The two-time NBA champ belted out a few bars of Gaye‘s hit “Let‘s Get It On” as the Cavaliers got back on defense while taking down the Nuggets in Denver.

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James was likely in a good mood thanks to his impressive stat line for the game, putting up 34 points while making 13 of his 24 field goal attempts.

The four-time MVP has shown off his pipes before, posting a video of himself singing along with some Mary J. Blige on the radio last season.

–  Brendan Maloy

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