LeBron James Celebrity Life
LeBron James is often compared with Michael Jordan as the greatest basketball player of all time. He is an American basketball player of the National Basketball Association or the NBA, that plays for Los Angeles Lak
ers. His achievements include two Olympic gold medals as a player of the American national team; three NBA Finals Most Valued Player Award, three NBA championships; and four NBA MVP Award.
In 2008 he also got the NBA scoring title, and he has been voted for twelve times in the All NBA First Team. In the NBA billboard, he ranks ninth in all-time assists, and fourth in all-time points scored, along with that he got in the All-Defensive First Team five times.
From a very young age, LeBron James had a lot of media attention. When he was still in high school the national media had already declared that he was going to be the next big NBA superstar. He went to St. Vincent, St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio. In the first overall draft pick, in 2003 he joined Cleveland Cavaliers.
In his first game season, he became the 2003-04 NBA Rookie of the Year. Within no time he established himself as an invaluable premier league player, who everyone was looking out for. For two consecutive years, which is in 2009 and 2010 he won the NBAMost Valuable Player Award.
Disappointed that they still could not win a championship, LeBron James left Cleveland Cavaliers and joined the Miami Heat as a free agent. His decision is still considered to be one of the most controversial decisions in NBA history. He won the NBA championship in 2012 and 2013 as a player of the Miami Heat. In both the years that they won the NBA championship, he won NBA MVP league and NBA Finals MVP.
After completing his fourth season with the Miami Heat he left to once again sign with Cleveland Cavaliers. In 2016 LeBron James he leads Cleveland to its first championship against Golden State Warriors in the NBA finals. This also historically ended Cleveland’s 52-year sports title drought. From 2011 to 2018 Cleveland Cavaliers, qualified for the NBA finals eight consecutive times.
In 2018 he once again left the Cleveland Cavaliers to sign with Los Angeles Lakers, where he is currently playing. This time he made the move as an unrestricted free agent. In the second half of the 2018-19 season, he gave his best performance of the season. On 14th November, he recorded 9 assists, 10 rebounds. And 44 points, against Portland Trail Blazers. And just four days later against Miami Heat, he scored a season-high of 51 points.
US national team career
LeBron James made his debut in the 2004 Olympics that happened in Athens, Greece. For that season he spent most of his time on the bench. In eight games, his average was 5.8 points, 2.6 rebounds, and 14,6 minutes per game. LeBron James believed that his playing time was unfair and resulted in the bronze win for America.
He gave interviews saying the game strategy was distasteful and disrespectful. He had a greater role to play in the 2006 FIBA World Championship and 2008 Olympic team. LeBron James faced a lot of heat from his teammates and coach for his attitude and unruly behavior. In 2008, the US team remained unbeaten.
When James was in high school he played as wide receiver, for his school team. He was recruited by Notre Dame, in the Division I programs. In his junior year, he leads the Fighting Irish to the Ohio state semifinals. Some of his peers and football critics believe, that he could have had a successful football career, only if he had chosen that.
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