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LeBron James Photobombs Andre Drummond’s Interview [VIDEO]

Despite all the news and issues circling as the NBA All-Star Weekend 2018 approaches, it looks like our all-star players do still know how to have fun. See this clip as Lebron James, NBA Superstar photobombs Andre Drummond’s interview!

In the video, TNT’s Dennis Scott is interviewing Detroit Pistons’, Andre Drummond. He was recently added to the NBA All-Star games last Tuesday, January 30, 2018. An ever playful James suddenly appeared in the middle of the pre-game interview and shouted ‘Team Lebron.’ He then rushed away from Drummond and the reporter.

The playful act from James left the two laughing and seemed like a warm welcome from him!

You can quote Drummond saying, “It’s been a hell of 24 hours.” He serves as a replacement for Washington’s guard John Wall in the Tuesday game and also in NBA All-Star game under Team Lebron. John Wall had to undergo a knee procedure.

Remember how he posted on Twitter after felt like being snubbed? He tweeted, “Guess I gotta start doing backflips after every point I score to get attention around here!” Well, he finally made it to the All-Star game, and he may be a great addition to Team Lebron.

The ‘happy James’ was then left brokenhearted after his photobombing act, Cleveland Cavaliers lost against Detroit Pistons for a score of 125-114 and lost Kevin Love as well. These all happened last Tuesday night when Love exited the Pistons-Cavaliers game with an injured left hand. Love had a nondisplaced fracture in his fifth metacarpal.

“It’s just unfortunate for our team,” James said. “Obviously, with everything (that’s) been going on as of late with our ballclub, just trying to figure out how we’re going to play every night, different lineups, and getting everybody into the flow, we don’t need to have Kev go out like that. He’s going to be out for quite a while — maybe two months — so it’s just tough.”

It seems like the injuries in James’ camp will be affecting Cavalier’s standing as well as Team Lebron on the NBA All-Star. The 2018 NBA All-Star Game will start on February 18, 2018, at Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA where it has been held since 2011.

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