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LeBron James’ Wife Savannah Is the Center of Attention In This Family Photo: ‘She Is Gorgeous’

Four-time NBA championship winner LeBron James may currently be the biggest and highest paid star in his household, but that hasn’t stopped people on social from fawning over his entire family.

The Ohio native recently shared a family photo — which has become a rare occurrence since the 2019-20 NBA season paused — and it garnered more 2 million likes and thousands of comments.

“The James Gang” of (clockwise from top left) LeBron James Jr., Bryce James, LeBron James, Savannah James, Zhuri James, and LeBron’s mom Gloria James poses for a casual family shot. (Photo: @kingjames/Instagram)

His caption reads: I’m ABSOLUTELY NOTHING without them!♥️ #JamesGang👑 #ThekidsfromAKRON

“Real time..real faces…real life …no makeup…no filters…..NATURAL FAMILY. I love it! #EXCELLENCE💪🏾❤️🙌🏾,” commented a fan.

“This makes me real life happy,” wrote another.

Typically LeBron’s family posts leave fans fawning over his 5-year-old daughter Zhuri and her outgoing personality, but this time it was his wife racking up countless compliments.

“Yaaassss Savannah bout to have a bomb ass twist out!!!!!”

“It’s Savannah’s hair for me! We LOVE a natural, black Queen!!!!! 😍😍😍”

“Savanna is just effortless beauty! 😍”

“I love how she embraces her natural beauty. She is gorgeous ❤️,” wrote another person commenting on Savannah’s looks.

Also eye-catching in the photo was LeBron’s mom, Gloria James. With a limited amount of fans allowed to attend NBA games, it’s been some time since fans spotted the family’s matriarch courtside cheering on her son.

But it’s quite likely people might be seeing more of Gloria now that she has joined Instagram. In LeBron’s Feb. 5 post celebrating his mother’s birthday he made mention of her joining the popular photo and video-sharing platform.

The superstar who brought the Los Angeles Lakers their first championship since 2010 is all smiles in the photo, but not so much as he gears up for his appearance in the All-Star Game on March 7 in Atlanta.

“I have zero energy and zero excitement about an All-Star Game this year,” he said during an ESPN postgame interview, citing the short offseason he and his teammates experienced after competing in the NBA Finals. “I don’t even understand why we’re having an All-Star Game.”

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