"Good luck, homie," Dwayne Wade told LeBron James

By Tiare Dunlap
October 26, 2016 05:04 PM
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LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are taking their hometown pride to the next level with an epic World Series bet.

Shortly after the Chicago Cubs beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to secure a place in the World Series, Chicago native Wade and Cleveland local James revealed they’d be “placing a nice bet and more” on the Cubs-Indians match-up.

After the Cleveland Indians beat the Cubs 6-0 in Game 1 on Tuesday, Wade took to Twitter again to reveal the terms of the bet.

“We’re both fashionable guys. We both love to dress,” Wade says in the video. “We both love to feel good and look good, so whoever’s team loses, the loser has to show up during the NBA season to the other guy’s home game dressed as the team who won.”

Wade further clarified: “Example: If the Chicago Cubs win, in December, when Cleveland comes to Chicago, you have to show up when you walk into the arena, dress[ed] like a Chicago Cub — and vice versa.”

“If the Cleveland Indians win, in January, when we come to town, I’ll walk in dressed as a Cleveland Indian. I’ll have the hat on, the top and the bottom, the socks, all the way down to the sneaks. Aight? So, that’s the World Series bet. Good luck, homie.”

As if the Cubs didn’t have enough to worry about after a disastrous Game 1 opener.