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Lebanese LeBron James fan's reaction to Game 7 is incredible

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Basketball is a beautiful game. It has the power to bring out unbelievable emotions in both fans and players.

When LeBron James broke down in tears as the Cleveland Cavaliers won their first ever NBA championship, he was not the only person overcome with emotion.

His teammates, coaching staff and fans around the world felt the unrivalled joy of Cleveland's curse coming to an end and it produced one of the biggest sporting moments of the past decade.

The story of their success is incredible, coming back from 3-1 down on the biggest stage had never been done before and to achieve it against a team that included three 2016 All-Stars and the NBA's first unanimous MVP was simply amazing.

2016 NBA Finals - Game Seven

2016 NBA Finals - Game Seven

There have been many reaction videos that have blown up online since game seven. but none of them are more touching that this one of a LeBron fan from Lebanon.

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The video was uploaded in June but has just begun to gain traction on Twitter and Reddit. It shows Marc, a fan of LeBron since 2002, breaking down with pure emotion as the 'King' won his third championship ring.

2016 NBA Finals - Game Seven

2016 NBA Finals - Game Seven

Marc, who is deaf, felt every moment of the ups and downs of game seven and despite being thousands of miles away from America felt the same feelings as every fan from Ohio at the final buzzer. Amazing.

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