Watch LeBron James Visit The Philippines And Bust Everyone’s Ass At Ball (Video)

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LeBron James, you have nothing left to prove! We know you’re the greatest basketball player on the planet, but that doesn’t mean you have to visit the small Pacific Island country of the Philippines and destroy their people at your mastered craft.

Sure, basketball is pretty big in the country, as many guys come from the states to compete in some of their leagues, but you can bet that they’ve never encountered a guy like LeBron. The four-time MVP made his first visit to the beautiful country yesterday for one day during his Nike tour. Check out how it went below.

Very graceful, LeBron. While this offseason has surely been a whirlwind for him, he still makes time to take care of his fans in the smallest of places. The Nike tour provides international fans with the chance to witness their favorite stars like they would never get to otherwise.

So if the King made his visit to Manila, then it would only make sense that he should show off some of that skill. He did just that when he entered an exhibition game and raised some hell. Check out below as he blows past the defender and hammers down the nasty reverse dunk. The little Filipino never could have stopped him.

And finally, check out the last clip below (with some better quality) that shows when he entered the game. He’s obviously not going too hard, but he still beasts. Disregard the fact that he looks almost completely bald.

Photo Credit: Getty Images

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