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LeBron James has the best suite in Orlando. (Getty)

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LeBron James' presidential suite in the NBA bubble is just ridiculous

If you're The King you have to flex every now and then. Needless to say, that's why LeBron James had to have the ultimate suite in the NBA bubble.

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LeBron James has the best suite in Orlando. (Getty)

LeBron James has the best suite in Orlando. (Getty)

It's been said for months that the NBA's plan to resume the season in a bubble in Orlando was mostly to please LeBron James. When several players wanted to sit out for the season, James advocated for a return to play even despite being a well-known philanthropist and outspoken leader for the African American community.

Needless to say, everybody expected that Disney and its staff were going to spoil The King on unprecedented levels. At the end of the day, we're talking about one of the wealthiest athletes on earth and a guy that's used to nothing but the finest.

In fact, when most NBA players were complaining about their 'bad rooms', even Austin Rivers claimed that 'there's no way that LeBron is sleeping on one of those suits or eating that food' and affirming that they may have given him a building just for him.

And while that may be kind of far-fetched - and lowkey envy - now that we've seen some footage of LeBron James' presidential suite in the NBA bubble at Disney, it seems like he's definitely living up to that King James status.

LeBron James' presidential suite in the NBA bubble is just ridiculous

LeBron James has a bit of a personal mansion to be as comfortable and well-rested as he can during the resumption of the season. The 35-year-old has been the face of the league for almost two decades so it's only fair that they treat him as such.

Moreover, LeBron is doing an outstanding job of leading the Los Angeles Lakers to go the distance in the NBA playoffs. They recently beat the Houston Rockets in the second round and look poised to make it back to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2010. So yeah, James, better get some goodnight sleep on your presidential suite.

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