Lebron James, Dwyane Wade Photobomb Battle Continues With Floor Mop (VIDEOS)

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(PHOTO) YouTube: NBAHeat stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have been photobombing one another during postgame interviews

Dwyane Wade continued his photobomb battle against LeBron James following the Miami Heat's win against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Saturday.

The Heat Guard, 31, proved that in addition to his impressive basketball skills, he also has a great sense of humor. During James' postgame interview with Jason Jackson, Wade photobombed by walking in the camera shot and literally mopping the Wolves' home floor.

The mopping, which drew laughter from James, was fitting considering the two-time defending NBA champions had a 103-82 victory minutes prior.

The playful photobombing began between the two teammates a few weeks ago and is currently in its third round.

After the Heats' recent 107-92 win over the Phoenix Suns, Wade left fans giggling when he did cartwheels during James' postgame interview.

James, who wed his high school sweetheart Savannah Brinson in September, also showed off his playful side by giving Wade a taste of his own medicine.

The Heat Forward, widely known as "King James," made his move after the Heat's recent 95-84 win against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Wade was speaking with Jackson when James, 28, walked into the camera shot and pulled a funny face before casually walking away.

"You knew you were getting something," a chuckling Jackson told Wade who replied "yeah I know."

On Saturday James had 21 points, eight assists and 14 boards for his first double-digit rebounding game of the season, leading the Heat to its victory.

Wade, who recently took time to rest his knees, had 19 points on 50% from the field, and five rebounds in his return from a two-game absence.

The Wolves shot a franchise-record low 29.3 percent while the Heat made 55 percent of their shots to overcome 20 turnovers.

"We didn't play very tough tonight," The Wolves' Kevin Martin conceded. '"The champs showed us how it's done."