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Bieber vs LeBron: Who’s Going to Get Bumped in Cleveland?

How a possible schedule and stadium clash could upset either Bieber or hoops fans.

The Golden State Warriors historic winning season and Kobe Bryant’s 60-point swan song weren't the only basketball news making headlines this week. It seems Justin Bieber's Purpose world tour could hit a snag in a few weeks when it rolls into Cleveland and goes up against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Last night, the first round schedule for the NBA playoffs was announced and it included a Cavaliers opening-round home game against the Detroit Piston on April 26 the same night that Bieber is slated to perform at Quicken Loans Arena. If the Cavs-Pistons series go to five games it could spell tears for Bieber fans.

We see two solutions to this problem. Either the Cavs sweep the Pistons in four games and free up the stadium, or Justin suits up for the Cavs and plays a quick half time show. Known to be a big basketball fan, Bieber attended James' return game in Cleveland in 2014 after he re-signed with the Cavaliers following four years with the Miami Heat.

Although his outside shot could do with some work he has some pretty slick ball handling moves.