Los Angeles Lakers ace LeBron James was seen exiting practice with his son Bronny ahead of the NBA pre-season slated to begin on December 11. The four-time NBA champion, however, was not empty-handed as he showed out a pair of the striking unreleased LeBron 18s.
Apart from the navy blue kicks, LeBron James also sported a matching Muhammad Ali hoodie white ESNTLS basketball shorts and neon orange slip-on sandals to go along with it.
With his eldest son beside him along with his agent Rich Paul, LeBron was seen carrying the elusive footwear, which will hit the stores later this year at a retail price of $200.
The power forward is hitting the gym and the courts hard as the NBA franchises look to dethrone the Lakers who claimed their 17th championship banking on LeBron’s exploits.
While the pictures emerged from their post-Thanksgiving practice session, apart from the fashion apparel, the fans’ keen eye struck on the 16-year-old Bronny. Touted to be a huge prospect by the time he is eligible to play, Bronny’s towering growth was constantly mentioned in the comments.
LeBron James looking to add a possible fifth NBA Championship ring
Boasting imperious physique at the age of 35, LeBron James is a four-time NBA Champion with three different franchises. The player also became the first player to win the prestigious NBA Finals MVP award while representing three franchises.
After securing their first NBA Championship win since 2010, Lakers are on the prowl for more, starting right from their preseason fixtures. The champions will open the practice games against the LA Clippers while also playing the Phoenix Suns on the road.
Recently, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban revealed how the kid from Akron was instrumental in the season being restarted in the bubble. The season was brought to an abrupt halt due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“I thought [LeBron] was really compelling. He talked about how we need to be able to connect to young African American kids. What really stuck with me was when he said a lot of kids where he grew up can’t afford cable and that the only way to watch our games is on cable.”
“And we have a challenge [in addressing] those types of issues and lifting people up, so that it’s not about cable or watching the NBA on cable but more about: How do we help these kids improve where they are in life?”
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