Watch: Supreme Dreams finally meets LeBron James and our hearts are so full (Video)

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This is truly the moment we’ve all been waiting for. Mark Phillips, also known as Supreme Dreams, finally got to meet LeBron James in the flesh at the Space Jam movie premiere. 

Supreme Dreams. RDCWorld1. Mark Phillips. Regardless of how you know him, you probably know his content. Personally, I’ve always thought his skits of the NBA Finals have always been the funniest content that he’s ever created, along with Anime House.

His content has always been in its own lane because it was innovative at a time where a lot of things on YouTube were about flash and clicks. It also opened up a lot of doors for those of us who had intersecting interests in things like Sports, Anime, and different genres of music.

But the one video that shot him up to astronomical heights was his impression of LeBron when James Harden was traded to the Nets.

Roll the tape:

Supreme Dreams finally meets LeBron James

Now Mark has gotten to meet quite a few of his idols this past year, including J. Cole just last week. For those who have been watching him for years, “Jermaine… Cole… Mr. Nice Watch…?” was a true classic. We all wanted to see him win and be successful in his field, because he carved one out for himself.

So meeting Young Simba was such a great moment for him.

But to meet the man who he’s inspired his skits off of in the flesh after so many years? I nearly shed a tear after screaming out “I’M 36!!!!!” at the top of my lungs.

Just like he said in his tweet, Mark gets to experience a real “supreme” dream coming into fruition. Here’s to hoping he gets to open more doors for himself, and those around him, while he keeps making dope and unique content (and maybe a Celebrity All-Star game appearance one day).

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