LeBron James was back on the basketball courts in Miami on Friday night.
Before Miami Heat fans get too excited about the prospect of King James returning to Miami for real — as has been rumored — the Cleveland Cavaliers star was spotted playing in the gym of Christopher Columbus High School.
He was there with his 13-year-old son, Lebron James Jr., who is in a basketball tournament.
The 60-year-old private Catholic school for boys in Westchester has a history of a strong basketball program. The school's current president, Brother Kevin Handibode, coached varsity basketball at Columbus for 18 years and only had three losing seasons before leaving coaching in 1988 to become the school's principal.
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But James, the NBA legend, is in an entirely different league.
On Saturday, Columbus tweeted an image of the former Heat star in casual clothes — a gray top, red cap and yellow and navy blue striped shorts — in the gym, leading one Twitter follower to quip, "He's wearing Belen colors."
The school's tweet, which thanked King James for stopping by the campus, also touted several neighborhood eateries popular with its students like Southwest Miami-Dade landmarks Arbetter's Hot Dogs, Frankie's Pizza and Sergio's Restaurant.
On Saturday, James was also spotted in the stands at Southwest Miami Senior High watching his son play in the tournament.