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After winning his third NBA championship and finally making good on his promise to end the Cleveland Cavaliers' wait for a title, LeBron James will be enjoying his summer. Having turned down the opportunity to represent the United States at the Rio Olympics, he has a lot of spare time ahead of next season.

The self-proclaimed 'King' is a global superstar and has a number of high-profile friends, one of those people is Canada's most famous rapper Drake. During his latest show in Columbus, Ohio, the musician gave LeBron a taste of his lifestyle.

During the show, for Drake's 'Summer Sixteen tour', the three-time NBA Finals MVP was brought out on stage to huge cheers from the crowd before performing 'Pop Style' with the Toronto Raptors ambassador.

Drake has a number of friends in the NBA, including Golden State star Stephen Curry, and the relationship between himself and James has grown stronger throughout the years.

Focus

Despite enjoying his summer, LeBron is not taking time off. He has been in the gym making sure he is physically prepared for what will be the toughest task of his glittering career.

Winning the title was an incredible achievement for himself and his franchise, but defending the Larry O'Brien trophy against the Golden State Warriors' 'super team' will be something else completely.

2016 NBA Finals - Game Seven

The Cavs can themselves be considered a 'super team' and they won't be overawed by the sight of four All-Stars on one team. However, it is going to take a superhuman effort to go back-to-back.

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