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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Video: "LeBron James Kid" Does Team Introductions for Cavs vs. Kings Game Last Night

Posted By on Thu, Mar 10, 2016 at 10:11 AM

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He's back.

Not LeBron, he's been back, but Terrance Jackson, a.k.a the LeBron James Kid. If you've never heard of him or seen his viral video on Vine, here's three hours of it on loop for your viewing pleasure.

The original Vine video went viral in 2014 when Terrance was 5. 

The Sacramento Kings tracked him down last night to give team introductions yesterday. There's no word yet on if Terrance wants to pursue a career in sports announcing, but someone should just offer that kid a job now.

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