Who is LeBron James?
LeBron James joined the 2003 NBA Draft after bursting onto the scene in high school. In a move right out of a fairy tale, LeBron James was selected first overall by his local team, the Cleveland Cavaliers. He rapidly lived up to the hype and established himself as a true star.
But everything changed in July 2010.
During an ESPN broadcast dubbed The Decision, King James made the historic announcement that he would be bringing his talents to South Beach.
Before returning to Cleveland, he won two NBA titles with the Miami Heat.
He’d add another ring in 2016, bringing a championship to Ohio, and a fourth in 2020 as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers.
While LeBron may be a contentious player, there is no denying his raw skill and overall resume.
Across 19 professional seasons, he has won four titles, four NBA Finals MVPs, and four regular-season MVPs, and he has just become one of the Association’s faces.
Los Angeles Lakers are the current team.
Former teams include the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Miami Heat.
The Cleveland Cavaliers drafted him first overall in 2003.
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Nicknames include King James and LBJ.