(Watch) LeBron James proves he is all about the fans after giving signed jersey to a young fan

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LeBron James has proved yet again that he is all about the fans after he gave away a signed game-worn jersey to a young fan.

LeBron James is widely regarded as one of the best players in the game right now, as well as one of the best players to ever grace the game of basketball. While LeBron is mostly known for his excellent work ethic, his talent and his longevity, he is also known for the affection that he shows to his fans – as he continues to prove it with instance after instance.

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The Los Angeles Lakers superstar gave yet another instance of his love for his fans recently when the Lakers went up against the Phoenix Suns in a preseason game at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Even though the match ended in a losing cause for the Lakers, LeBron put on quite a show as he racked up a tally of 23 points, four assists and four rebounds in a 17-minute cameo.

Following the game, LeBron decided to make the day of a young fan and confirm why even after two decades of playing the game, he still remains one of the most popular players ever.

How did LeBron James make the young fan’s day?

LeBron made the young fan’s day in a way that only he can.

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Following the game, LeBron signed a jersey and gave it off to a young fan on the sidelines. According to beat reporter Mike Trudell for the Lakers, LeBron asked a team attendant to get him a sharpie so he can sign the jersey of a young fan. James can also be seen asking for the name of the kid to give a more personal note for him.

The gesture that has since gone viral on Twitter visibly made the young fan’s day, and serves as further testimony as to why LeBron remains one of the most popular players to ever play the game of basketball.

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