LeBron James has extended his brand to that iconic sugar bomb, the 7-Eleven Slurpee.

The Miami Heat star and Akron native’s name is now attached to the limited-edition Sprite 6 Mix Slurpee.

Area 7-Eleven stores report that they began selling the LeBron Slurpee earlier this week.

James originally worked with Coca-Cola Co. to create the Sprite 6 Mix soda, introduced earlier this year. Sprite is one of the major brands of Atlanta-headquartered Coca-Cola. James has had a deal with Sprite since 2003. That was when he was the NBA’s No. 1 draft pick by the Cavaliers.

The Sprite 6 Mix Slurpee — like the Sprite limited-edition beverage — is a mix of lemon-lime Sprite, orange and cherry flavors.

Beginning June 9, customers at 7-Eleven can get a free Sprite 6 Mix Slurpee with a coupon on the convenience store chain’s mobile app. The app can be downloaded for free; it is for iPhone or Android platforms.

The drink is unveiled as pro basketball fans await the NBA Finals, which James hopes to reach to win his third career NBA title in a row. 7-Eleven, headquartered in Dallas, is the largest chain in the U.S. convenience store industry.