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LeBron, DeAngelo and LaVar

(Photo via DC Fab)

I wasn't missing American Idol for any sort of LeBron party last night. Luckily, a few others did, and provided updates. And luckily, the Wiz were in Memphis and Damon Jones was who knows where, so there was no especial drama this time around, that we know of.

* DC Fab had LeBron at a few places last night, including Josephines, where he hung out with, among others, DeAngelo Hall, LaVar Arrington, and Penn State and E. Roosevelt's Derrick Williams. I know all athletes are friends, and I know DeAngelo Hall doesn't play in the NBA, but I still have to look away when I see this photo. Just pretending I never came across it. Anyhow, follow the link to see LaVar's party outfit.

* NBC Washington has something about a performance by LeBron James at Josephines. Huh?

* D.C.'s most famous Twittering athlete, Bryan Namoff, sent this live feed: "Whoa! Private party with Lebron James. Who am I right now?"

* While a Twittering blogger from Hogs Haven sent this update: "At the door. Greivis Vasquez is getting denied with his boys." Which I don't believe, because Greivis gets denied by nobody in this town.

By Dan Steinberg  |  April 2, 2009; 11:15 AM ET
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it's nice to know lebron has to remember who he is by wearing his own shirt.. ;p

Posted by: 3tripleiii | April 2, 2009 11:50 AM | Report abuse

Vasquez got in shortly after...took a couple minutes but it was a zoo by the door.

Posted by: ewoldtk | April 2, 2009 1:22 PM | Report abuse

Perhaps he found the one bouncer in D.C. that has more money than Gary Williams.

Posted by: StetSportsBlog | April 2, 2009 1:26 PM | Report abuse

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