LeBron James capped off a post-game interview Friday night with an affectionate gesture to a young fan waiting to meet him. After scoring 20 points in the Heat's 109-101 victory over the Celtics, James walked over to the young girl, place his headband on her head and gave her a kiss on the cheek.
The adorableness starts at mark 1:52.
This isn't the first time James has made a fan's day. Earlier this year he hugged and tackled Michael Drysch after the 50-year-old computer technician's half-court hook shot won him $75,000.
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