"Nothing like hanging and banging around with my #JamesGang," LeBron James wrote on Instagram

By Rachel DeSantis
February 21, 2019 10:08 AM

Home is where the heart is for LeBron James.

The Los Angeles Lakers superstar made that clear Thursday, when he shared a sweet Instagram featuring his wife and children celebrating his return home after several weeks.

“Man after being away from my family as a whole for 18 straight days I couldn’t wait to reunite today after practice and school for my kids,” he wrote. “Nothing like hanging and banging around with my #JamesGang.”

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James, 34, also included several hashtags, including “#MySupportSystemIsTheOnlyReasonIAmWhoIAm,” as well as his kids’ names.

The adorable mirror selfie featured his two sons, Bryce, 11, and LeBron “Bronny” Jr., 14, standing next to mom Savannah, 32, with their arms crossed.

James snapped the photo on his phone, while 4-year-old daughter Zhuri stood front and center, striking a pose with her hands on her hips.

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The picture appeared to be taken inside a closet, which Savannah noted in a comment that read, “All on my closet tho kid.. Sheesh! #LoveMyGangGang,” with two laughing crying emojis and a heart emoji.

The NBA star is fresh off an NBA All-Star Game win, as his Team LeBron edged out Team Giannis for a 178-164 victory with help from stars like Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Dwyane Wade.

James is no stranger to showing off his family on social media — he celebrated Valentine’s Day with a sweet tribute to Savannah, his high school sweetheart who he married in 2013.

“My forever Valentine!! Love you Queen. Foreva eva foreva eva!!” he wrote.

Of their life together, James told The Hollywood Reporter in October 2018 that she’d been by his side since the very beginning, before his fame and fortune.

“She was down when I was at my high school, no cameras, no lights,” he said. “And she was there with me. You wouldn’t be talking to me right now if it weren’t for her.”

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