MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s become one of the most talked about pieces of sports equipment since George Brett’s pine tar bat.

LeBron James’ headband has become the stuff of legend thanks to his and the Heat’s performance in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, but what happened to it is a mystery.

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James lost his headband with a little more than nine minutes to go in the fourth quarter when he went up for a dunk. Immediately, James’ look ignited comments on social media and even drew the attention of broadcasters covering the game.

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Right before and right after he lost the headband, James took over the game as only he can and helped lift the Heat up to tie the game and eventually hit a shot to help save the game.

All the while, the search went on for the headband that seemingly took the handcuffs off LeBron and allowed him to dominate the game.

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Luckily, the Miami Seaquarium might have solved the question of where the headband ended up. The Seaquarium took to YouTube to show off where the “headband” is now.