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2 Chainz Gives LeBron James One Of His Gold Necklaces After His Historic Game

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Mar. 7 2019, Published 3:29 p.m. ET

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LeBron James has amazed the world once again! The talented NBA player passed the great Michael Jordan for fourth place on the league's all-time scoring list. To congratulate the professional basketball player on his latest achievement, 2 Chainz gifted LeBron one of his flashy gold chains. Scroll through for all the details.

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2 Chainz, who's real name is Tauheed Epps, sat courtside at the historic game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Nuggets on Wednesday, March 6.

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During the second quarter of the game, Lebron, 34, passed Michael, 55, for fourth place on the National Basketball Association's all-time scoring list.

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Third place is currently held by Kobe Bryant, who retired from his 20-season career with the Lakers in 2016. Karl Malone, who played 18 seasons with the Utah Jazz, is in second place, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who played 20 seasons for the Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks, holds the first place spot.

In a video captured by ESPN, 2 Chainz, 41, takes off one of his many gold and diamond encrusted necklaces and gives it to LeBron.

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The rapper regularly attends LA Lakers games and has become close friends with LeBron over the years. The NBA player even executive produced the 41-year-old's latest studio album, Rap or Go to the League.

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