LeBron James: "I'd play with the Warriors to insult myself with Draymond Green"

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LeBron James: "I'd play with the Warriors to insult myself with Draymond Green"

LeBron James, in the new episode of his he show, The Shop, came back to talk about the Golden State Warriors, the team against which he played four NBA Finals in his career. When his partner and co-host Maverick Carter asked him which team he would like to play for of those remaining in the playoffs, James said Golden State: "It must be them.

I love everything about him, he's lethal. He has to be marked from the moment he gets out of the car, maybe from the moment he gets out of bed. Well he granted his wish, he chose me for his team in the last two All-Star Games.

I don't know if he is. enough but I'm fine as I am. Whenever you get interest or curiosity about what it would be like to play with you, especially from an MVP caliber player like him, one of the greatest ever, it sure is beautiful.

But we can all live in that fantasy world." LeBron James James had a difficult past: he grew up alone with his mother Gloria, while the figure of his father is shrouded in mystery. Never having known the parent was, according to James himself, a motivation to constantly improve.

He has two sons and a daughter born of the relationship with his high school girlfriend, Savannah Brinson, with whom he married on September 14, 2013 in San Diego: the firstborn, LeBron Jr, was born on October 6, 2004, the second, Bryce Maximus, on June 14, 2007, and the youngest, Zhuri, on October 22, 2014.

James has signed sponsorship agreements with various multinationals including Nike, Sprite, Glaceau, Bubblicious, Upper Deck, McDonald, State Farm, Dunkin 'Brands and Audemars Piguet. His first contract with Nike was worth almost 90 million dollars and the relationship with the Oregon brand was consolidated even more in 2015, when the two parties decided to sign a contract that will bind James for life with the company.

and which according to some estimates will bring the athlete a billion dollar profit. In March 2008, he became the first black man and third overall to appear on the cover of Vogue with supermodel Gisele Bündchen. On October 29, 2008, he gathered nearly 20,000 people at Quicken Loans Arena for a 30-minute short film titled American Stories, which praised Democratic presidential candidate and later future President Barack Obama.

Jay-Z later conducted a free concert. In 2010 he was ranked by Forbes as the second most influential athlete behind cyclist Lance Armstrong while in 2014 he was the first highest paid basketball player in the world, as well as the second of all sportsmen, with a profit of 73.3 million dollars.

In 2011 Fenway Sports Group became the sole owner of the image rights to James and as part of the transaction he and his manager Maverick Carter were granted minority stakes in Liverpool and, in 2021, in the Red Sox. James is an active supporter of many charities, including the Boys & Girls Club of America, Children's Defense Fund, and ONEXONE.

He also founded his own association, called LeBron James Family Foundation, based in Akron, his hometown. He is also one of the producers of the television show The Wall. On 30 July 2018 he inaugurates a public school in his hometown Akron, the I Promise School, to give a completely free study opportunity to children living in difficult conditions.