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Justin Bieber Bests Ludacris in Charity B-Ball Game

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He’s already conquered the music scene and dipped his toes into acting, and now Justin Bieber is dominating the sports world, too.

Biebs spent Labor Day weekend in Atlanta, participating in rapper Ludacris‘s “LudaDay Weekend” annual celeb basketball game. Luda and Bieber were joined by Sean Garrett, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, ShawtyLo and others at the event, which raised $10,000 for charity.

The final score was 134-132, with Bieber’s team edging out Luda’s by a mere two points. Bieber boasted about his victory, tweeting, “[it] felt great winning 2day. felt even better knowing we did it 4 #charity. thanks 2 all the fans who came out 2 support.”

Of course, this isn’t the first time Bieber has gotten a little competitive on the court with his celeb friends. Earlier this summer, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine told Jimmy Kimmel that he and the “Baby” singer got into a shoving match in Australia.

“The ball was dead. He pushed me hard in the back and I thought, ‘Did Justin Bieber just punk me and push me in the back?’ My natural instinct was to whip the ball at him as fast as I could. Everything was fine after that. I felt bad, since I struck a child,” joked Levine.

Apparently Bieber takes the sport seriously.

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