LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers become a hero for Justin Bieber

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LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers become a hero for Justin Bieber

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers saved the day for Justin Bieber after bringing down the Detroit Pistons to avoid a possible interference with Game 5 of the playoff series and Bieber’s Purpose World Tour.

According to a report from TMZ, Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour was scheduled to take place at the Quickens Loan Arena in Cleveland on April 26th on the same night as the supposed Game 5 in the playoff series between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Detroit Pistons.

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Luckily, the Cavaliers swept the Pistons with just four games so Game 5 will not take place at the Quickens Loan Arena and there’s no need to reschedule Bieber’s concert.

The Purpose World Tour was the third worldwide tour by the Canadian singer Justin Bieber as a support for his fourth studio album entitled “Purpose”. The said concert tour began on March 9, 2016, in Seattle, Washington and scheduled to end on November 29, 2016, in London.

Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour was only expected to perform for 58 dates but due to an overwhelming demand, additional shows were added in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston, Miami and New York City, totaling to 64 shows.

The tour earned favorable reviews from critics praising the Canadian singer for his smooth vocals and said that the concert was one of the biggest and the most thrilling in Justin Bieber’s career.

On the other hand, the Cleveland Cavaliers were the first team to enter the Eastern Conference semifinals and will have a long rest and preparation with the team they will be engaging in round 2. The Cavaliers were expected to face the winner between the Atlanta Hawks and Boston Celtics who had an even series 2-2.

Upon early entering the semifinals, LeBron James and the whole company now had the chance to watch the Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour in Cleveland. James and Bieber’s fans were sure wanting to see their two idols in one event.

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