LeBron James' much-talked-about hairline seems to be fluctuating a bit these days (Photos)

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Here's a photo of LeBron James during the 2014 NBA Finals back in June:

LeBron James speaks to the media on an off day following Game 4 of the 2014 NBA Finals. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
LeBron James speaks to the media on an off day following Game 4 of the 2014 NBA Finals. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Here's a photo of LeBron James during a Nike event in Beijing, China, in July:

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LeBron James throws a basketball during a Nike-sponsored event in Beijing, China, on, July 21, 2014. (AP/Ng Han Guan)
LeBron James throws a basketball during a Nike-sponsored event in Beijing, China, on, July 21, 2014. (AP/Ng Han Guan)

Here's a screencap of LeBron during his interview with Rachel Nichols that aired on CNN on Friday, Sept. 26:

LeBron James during a CNN interview that aired Sept. 26. (Screencap via CNN)
LeBron James during a CNN interview that aired Sept. 26. (Screencap via CNN)

And here are photos of LeBron participating in the Cleveland Cavaliers' first training camp practice on Saturday, Sept. 27, as captured by the Cleveland Plain Dealer:

I guess LeBron really is serious about getting thin all over these days.

Observations of and resultant jokes about LeBron's receding hairline are nothing new, of course, but there does seem to be some mischief afoot with the shifting borders of James' forehead that suggests he might be dabbling in something like the Bigen treatment, if not quite as blatantly and absurdly as Carlos Boozer did once upon a time.

Far be it from me to tell LeBron how to wear his hair/paint-like hair product; I'm not exactly a stylist, as my hair/beard/mustache choices clearly prove. You might want to think about picking a path and sticking with it, though, Mr. James, if for no other reason than it'll make it easier for you to remember which gauge of headband you need to grab on any given night. One less thing to worry about, right?

Hat-tip to Deadspin's Kyle Wagner.

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