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LeBron James has finally addressed the banana boat situation

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LeBron, D-Wade & CP3 Just 3 Guys On a Banana Boat


By JOHN DORN

With all that's recently happened in the NBA, it seems like weeks have passed since the infamous banana boat picture featuring LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul and Gabrielle Union. You remember -- this one:



Tuesday night, LeBron appeared on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,' and was finally broached about the star-studded vacation shot. His claim: He was photoshopped in.



So that clears everything up!

The Bahamas vacay also featured Carmelo Anthony, who curiously (wisely?) omitted himself from the floating banana. As you probably recall, this trip immediately preceded the NBA's ridiculous emoji war, in which Paul may have tweeted the best submission.



If you couldn't tell by now, the NBA offseason is probably just as entertaining as the regular season, depending on who you ask. As for LeBron? He and the Cavaliers agreed to a two-year, $50 million deal shortly after his tropical trip. Looks like there aren't many losers here.

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