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Dwyane Wade outlines rules for World Series wager with LeBron James

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The Cleveland Indians took a 1-0 lead over the Chicago Cubs last night in the MLB World Series on the same night that LeBron James and the Cavaliers received their championship rings.

Bron and his teammates have been behind their city brothers throughout their postseason run and now there is an extra incentive for the King to cheer on the Indians.

LeBron and former teammate Dwyane Wade, who just so happens to be from Chicago, have agreed to a friendly wager involving the outcome of the series.

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Wade posted a video on The Uninterrupted last night that outlined the rules for the bet and LeBron duly accepted - although, only after the Indians had won 6-0 in game one at Progressive Field.

The wager involves the loser turning up at the winner's home arena dressed as the victor's team - Wade explains further in the below video.

Chicago and Cleveland - the Bulls and Cavs that is - will play eachother four times this season with the first meeting coming in early December at the United Center.

There's only been one game of the World Series so far but the signs do not look good for the Cubs. Cleveland have been in ominous form throughout the playoffs and Chicago were blown away in game. But we all know how fast a series can change.

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