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LeBron James Celebrate Cleveland Indians ALCS Victory With Fans At Wild Bar — Watch

Wed, October 19, 2016 8:10pm EST by Beth Shilliday 1 Comment

How amazing is this? LeBron James was just like every other good Cleveland resident, glued to game five of the ALCS to see if the Indians would be headed to the World Series. Except rather than do it alone  in his mansion, he went to a local bar to watch the action with fellow fans, and you’ve GOT to see his amazing video.

“One more strike, one more…one more,” LeBron, 31, is heard chanting loudly as his smartphone is trained on the final play of the Cleveland Indians/Toronto Blue Jays game inside a lively Cleveland sports bar. After the Jays’ last batter up hit an easily caught pop fly into foul territory that sealed the Tribe’s place the World Series, the place totally erupted. No longer could King James be the only voice heard as everyone in the place was on their feet screaming in victorious joy!

It’s just so cool that Bronnie would want to be there for such an important moment in Cleveland sports along with the residents of his city. He could have been watching from the privacy of his mansion or with a small get together, but no! LeBron is such an proud Clevelander that he totally wanted to be among fellow fans to feel that spirit of combined energy and joy that came with the Indians ALCS victory. Just one more reason to totally love this guy.

Click for pics of LeBron at the Cleveland Cavaliers victory parade

Since LeBron led the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first evener NBA Championship, OF COURSE he’s going to be pulling for the Tribe to win the World Series. That would totally make Cleveland Title Town 2016 with NBA and MLB victories, which is a rarity for any city to have. The Indians will meet up with the winner of the NLCS series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago Cubs starting Oct. 25, and we know LeBron will be there cheering on Cleveland the entire time!

HollywoodLifers, will you be rooting for the Indians in the World Series?