NBA superstar LeBron James and his long-time girlfriend Savannah Brinson have officially set a date for their wedding.
According to People magazine, King James and his sweetheart are set to marry sometime between September 13-15 in San Diego, California.
James proposed to Brinson on New Year’s Eve in 2011.
The happy couple, which has two children (LeBron Jr., 8, and Bryce, 5), issued “Save the Weekend” pre-invitations in lieu of Save-the-dates.
TMZ, which got its hands on a copy of the pre-invite, described the artwork as a caricature of the family flying into California in a plane.
The celeb gossip site also pointed out a potential problem with King James’ wedding weekend — it clashes with the start of Yom Kippur, a holy day of fasting and prayer that many of LeBron’s Jewish friends are certain to observe.
In addition to planning a wedding, LeBron James has had his hands full on the basketball court with the Miami Heat, who are currently sitting atop the Eastern Conference with a 45-14 record.
King James, a three-time NBA MVP, hit the game winning shot against the Orlando Magic Wednesday night to extend the Heat’s current winning streak to 16 straight, the second-longest by a team this season.
When asked after the game if Miami was capable of matching the Los Angeles Lakers ridiculous 33-game win-streak record set during the 1971-72 season, LeBron said:
“It’s not really in the back of my head or anything like what number we’d like to hit. If it hit a league record, I mean that’s crazy if we did at some point. We don’t want to lose, but we’re going to play each and every game and not worry about it.”
Check out LeBron James and Savannah Brinson’s “Save The Date” cards below: