LeBron James

Short bio: 

LeBron James, who is also called "King James", plays professional basketball for the Cleveland Cavaliers. James has had a stellar career in the NBA as an NBA champion, the NBA Finals MVP, a three-time NBA MVP, an NBA scoring champion, and the NBA Rookie of the Year. James was selected in the 2003 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. There he led the Cavaliers to the 2007 NBA Finals, their first NBA Finals appearance in franchise history. In 2010, he left the Cavaliers for the Heat in a highly publicized free agency period. James is the Cleveland Cavaliers' all-time leading scorer, and holds other franchise records for both the Cavaliers and the Heat. On January 16, 2013, he became the youngest player in NBA history to reach 20,000 career points.


NBA champion 2012

NBA Finals MVP 2012

NBA Most Valuable Player 2009, 2010, 2012

NBA All-Star 2005–2013

NBA All-Star Game MVP 2006, 2008


LeBron James
Klutch Sports Group, LLC
50 W Broad Street
Suite 1800
Columbus, OH 43215


Submitted by Nihad (not verified) on

I imagine you (LJ) might be now focussed on the next round against Boston but we all know how this will end. However, since most probably you will again be faced to the warriors you have to make sure the universe is still there where it should be. Man, Cleveland is a much more athletic team in which almost everyone is able shooting 3 pointers and this athleticism creates for your team a big advantage (S. Curry can't actually dunk - what he's doing is just bringing the ball into the basket).

What I actually want to say is that the FINALs should be Spurs - Cavaliers. And if people (like Zaza) are in deed using any illegal methods to reach their target then this is no basketball we are used to see. You (LJ) represent right now the ideal NBA player and with everyone around you (Kyrie, Kevin, John and all the sniper 3-point shooter) have simply to be the ones who stand last, i.e the champions. Therefore man please do not disappoint everyone (especially your fan who believed in you even in last year finals after the bad start against warriors).

Hope to see you sometime in Zürich.

Submitted by Chris (not verified) on

It's embarrassing watching playoff games knowing your organization has paid off officiating crews clearly and how much you guys cry about a pinky touching you to be fouled

Submitted by Mike (not verified) on

Lebron is without a doubt the greatest to ever set foot on the court. Michael Jordan, bow down in the presence of King James!

Submitted by William Dupree (not verified) on

Make Durant a 3 point shooter and make him commit offensive fouls when attacking basket. Try to disrupt the dribble of all golden state players. Anytime you get a clean swipe at the ball hit it. Study how Golden state players move before they try to attack basket make them commit offensive fouls. Last but not least all Cav s must keep their season average and 1. Stick to basics clear court vision on offense
open lanes toward basket when your team mates have ball if ball handler is double teamed pass ball off to open man who player has switched off on to stop dive toward basket. he must shoot quickly to avoid regrouping of defense from spot where he received ball unless he has a path toward basket.

Submitted by John (not verified) on

We as a country welcome everyone. You cannot take the actions of an individual or group and say there is a problem. Those people choose to be the way they want to and there are millions of people who don't feel that way. Just like if you had $1000 of bad money you have $50,000,00 of good money. So don't blame a bad apple and say there is a problem. The problem is people can't live together period and it's growing too fast. As a professional and an intelligent person you should realize that.


Submitted by daniel barbakow (not verified) on

I am an old white guy. I support you! the assh..es that defaced your property represent a small but "vocal" minority of people we would all be better off without! I am so sorry that you and your family have to suffer the consequences of their small minded, tasteless and awful behavior.

Beat the Warriors!

Submitted by Pete Hamilton (not verified) on

Dear Mr. James,

I am also an "old white guy" and I don't follow basketball at all. However, I know of you as you are and have been dominate in your sport for years and one of the best ever, from what I've read about over the years. You are also a pretty great human being, and your recent press response / interview on racism was just 100% class! Really on-spot and true. In elementary school I was part of "forced school busing" from the Supreme Court decision in the early 1970's and ended up in a variety of schools where, I learned at an early age we are all the same, want the same things, had some great friends. Sure, some people are jerks, some you don't like, but just as many are fine, and that is true no matter what group you find yourself in. Anyway it was a great experience for me.

I'm truly horrified at the ignorance and hate that still prevails, and what is happening in our society in this day and age! Just disgusting!!! I'm glad your family is okay and hopefully things will improve.

Submitted by Janet Koutsogiane (not verified) on

Dear Mr. James,
I cannot begin to express my deepest sadness at what was written on your property at your home. I felt so compelled to write you and thank you for being such a wonderful role model to ALL children. My son is 19 years old and has loved you and enjoyed watching you play for many years. You are an inspiration to so many people. Your intelligence, determination and class are such excellent examples for all people to try and emulate. I'm sorry that your family had to experience such horrid language and blatant racism. Please know that is NOT representative of how most people see you. I hope your family will be able to move beyond this and rise above it all. My husband and I have raised our son to not look at a person's skin color but to look always at what's in a person's heart. You are an example of what I'd love my son to become. My family and I will pray for you and your family that you may have peace and comfort during this diificult time.
Sincerely, Janet David and David Koutsogiane from the great state of RI

Submitted by Cmh (not verified) on

Mr. James,
Be assured there are a majority of people who are disgusted with the graffiti that was left at your residence. I wish you and your family well, and hope one day these ugly incidents like this will be in our past. I stand with you and your family.
Cecil m hernandez

Submitted by Bobbi (not verified) on

Lebron I am not sure this is a valid page but I will try it and hope this message gets to you. My granddaughter was killed last Sunday. She was obsessed with you. She had your positive quotes all over her bedroom walls. She was an amazing girl that was just beginning her life and tragically she died at 14. With that said, her mother would like you to sign a basketball that we purchased for her memorial so she can keep it to remember Amber's love of basketball and her idol. They live in Coventry and you can contact me through email at bobbiljones@yahoo.com if you could find the time to sign her basketball. We would all be very grateful. I do understand you are out of town but feel free to contact me. Thanks in advance. Bobbi, Amber's Best Grandma, as she called me.

Submitted by Dedric Miller (not verified) on

Man I'm just a 13 year old boy Kirtland, New Mexico I get every morning to train your my favorite player but the thing I hate is seeing the team lose to Golden State, wake up LeBron wake up this is the finals you have to defend the land this ain't you don't be afraid awaken the beast that's inside of you I know you can play better your just not doing it your a king defend your throne you can get crossed, blocked but who gives a crap out of any player in history your were my favorite since day one come on LeBron you have millions of fans that want to see you end the Warriors and send them back home. I'm Navajo and I have dreams I pray everyday I wake up and train to the limits I watch all of your highlights I seen every game never missed a game all I got to say your a king and show them what a king does.

Submitted by Willie Chaplin (not verified) on

There is no doubt that you guys can beat the Warriors, but you are allowing them to settle into their rhythm. Do not allow them just to bring the ball up court without applying mediocre pressure. This will slow the game down tremendously and it will be to the Cavaliers advantage. When you get the rebound (run) keep the pressure on them on defense, do not settle for jump shots, this will increase your shot percentage, get them in foul trouble and you will shoot foul shots. Also the cavalier(s) are allowing too much space between the man who has the ball when playing defense – “close the gap.” The Cavs have to play as one complete unit on defense, stay in between the man and the ball (see your man and the ball at all times) and each person must take his assignment personally and box out on defense. When the Warriors want to set that high pick and roll, have the man whose person is setting the pick to jump out and double team that three point shooter, and the defensive guy who is closest to the play attempt to pick off that pass to the pick and roller. The other alternative is to have the closest man to step in front of the guy who receiving the pass and take a charging foul. You guys will win game three.

Coach W. Chaplin

Submitted by Tiffany chesser (not verified) on

Hey lebron!! Your my hero! I would do anything to meet you , i have been going through so much and you truly inspire me to do better. I love watching you on the court and so does my daughter that loves basketball and plays. Your an amazing man that does amazing things i would love to hear from u

Submitted by Amanda (not verified) on

My son noah is the oldest of 4 children. He never asks for much because he has 3 little sisters he trys to help provide for. All he ever really asks for is lebron james shoes and clothing. Hes had it pretty rough but nothing compared to the devistating news of a brain tumor last month. They have diagnosed him with glioma and operating at this point is not an option he is scheduled for chemotherepy so before he gets really sick id love to ask if there are any charities that would help with a pair of lebron james shoes.

Submitted by Michele Hagan (not verified) on

Hi Mr. Lebron,
My 14yr old son Aj thinks you are a GOD! He is 6'5 and loves basketball. I played at Marshall University in Huntington, WV between 03' and 06'. He has had a tremendous growth spurt the last couple of months and he is really down because he is not doing so well in basketball and he wants to quit. I won't let him. If you could meet him or even talk to him I know that would give him the courage to never give up, and work at it just a lil harder. I know you are a very busy person. But if by chance you are in the Houston, Tx area he would love the opportunity to talk to you and meet you.

Submitted by Corey Watkins (not verified) on

Horse,. NBA players or player hosting week by week, while contests answer questions get a chance to draw out of something with random shots that Can get you to spell h.o.r.s.e. , fact I'm 39yrs married 18 , 2boys1girl . I Need this $$$ ( Deborah voice). Respect!

Submitted by winnie churchill III (not verified) on

Mr. King James,

If you want to win the 2018 NBA Championship, go get you a shooting guard. Do it!

Submitted by Will Zak (not verified) on

I grew up in Chardon Ohio, graduated in 1998, and moved to Charlotte North Carolina in 2007 looking for a better way of living. Well after 10 years, I've realized the same thing that you did, north east Ohio is home and no matter what that never changes, now I'm just a technician at a car dealership, I don't have your fame or any of that, but I've always respected the way you have conducted yourself on and off the court. I'm glad I wasn't home to witness you leaving, but I fully understood why and never faulted you for it. When you came home and wrote the I'm coming home letter, I was actually on my way to put-in-bay for a weekend trip with friends, and I related so well to it. It's a way of life up there and if you're born with it, then it never leaves you.... so anyway I'm coming home as well in August. Just wanted to share that with you and I hope I can get to some of your games this year.
Will Zak

Submitted by Destiny (not verified) on

Dear Lebron just wanted to start this off letting you no I am a type 1 diabetic, and am 13 years old. I love playing basketball and you are my favorite player. I wanted a pair of your shoes but my mom couldn't afford them, my mom works at the goodwill and came across a pair of your shoes her supervisor told her to put them on the floor to have my dad buy the next day. The next day my dad went to buy them they were not there. 2 days later they fired my mom for putting them out there even thou the supervisor told her to. I feel bad.

Submitted by Daeshanay Haskins (not verified) on

My name is Daeshanay haskins and i live in AKRON OHIO its just me and my son im tryna figure out how do i sighn my son up for The Lebron james family foundation im having a hard time right now and i want my child to succeed in life and have a chance to do it

Submitted by Todd (not verified) on

You are one of the best and most exciting players to ever play the game although no one deserves the amount of money that you make just for playing a silly game. Hopefully you are grateful for the capitalist system which allows you to be so financially fortunate. In most other countries you would just be some regular guy who likes to play basketball, but isn’t wealthy because of it. I love people of all races. I believe that we are all created by one God who does not play favorites. President Trump is not a racist; he is just trying to protect this country and its citizens by limiting who can enter it because illegal immigration has gotten out of control. What is sad is that President Obama had a wonderful opportunity to promote equality and the fact that we are all Americans and should never be defined by the color of our skin. Instead President Obama constantly played the race card. He is a typical liberal democrat who continued to oppress his own people so that they would be dependent on government and then in return he would get their vote in exchange for their continued welfare checks. He should have spent a large majority of his time building up the inner cities and providing better education opportunities for them so that they could build self-esteem and self-worth and get out helpless pit of generational welfare. So very sad that President Obama demonstrated that he is the worst kind of racist in selling out his own race in order to remain in power and get their votes. It s funny how I never heard you criticize him...why is that?

Submitted by Ryan (not verified) on

Finally, someone else speaks a little truth nowadays...I posted a similar message a few below this one.

Submitted by Barry Stine (not verified) on

I am very disappointed that you bad mouth our President. You are great at basketball but please stay out of politics if you are going to be devisive.
Barry Stine

Submitted by AScotti (not verified) on

I have recently grown immensely in my personal respect for Mr. James I think he is an amazingly hard working individual and an example to a large group of American youth, However it would so greatly appreciated if he could limit his punditry to issues support and encourage the country that has made him (nearly) a billionaire . Mr James please don't be influenced by the ground swell of media misinformation to make your self of no account. Help people learn to think. Luke 16:15

Submitted by Ryan (not verified) on

‪@KingJames you've been my favorite player since I was 12 y.o.--I'm now 26--and I've always rooted for you no matter what, and always disregarded what the haters say about going to Miami, or not being clutch, or any of the other BS I've heard about over the years. However, when you make comments about the President 'making hate fashionable again' it really offends and hurts those like me who have been your fans for your entire career/their entire adult life but who also don't happen to share your feelings of contempt towards the President. If you don't like the guy that is 100% your right, but when you start putting out public statements that are just plain false, then you are absolutely the one in the wrong. If you can provide one concrete piece of evidence that supports your claim that Donald Trump is racist, I will gladly admit that I'm wrong here (CNN sources don't count). But I bet once you start looking for any supporting evidence, you'll find that there is nothing, and the entire racism angle against Trump has been nothing but left-wing-media lies from the first day he took office.

Submitted by Abel (not verified) on

Lebron u the man... stay in Cleveland... u ain't got shit to prove...ur paper is straight....the bloggers are fake...the fans are real...tough business...but it seems like it in control...no NBA player was in control like u are...the city needs u... the fans need u and I'm from Canada lol but I kno wat it means to be a fan...anyways whatever u do...ur still # 1 regardless...bless up

Submitted by Darrell L Maxey (not verified) on

You are the bum. You forget who pays your bloated paycheck and
who comes to see you in the stands. Go to hell. Please do us a favor
go oversees and let them throw their money away. We are sick
of your mouth. All the good things you have done mean nothing
anymore to me. No more NBA, or ESPN for me. Thank God I can
the channel.

Submitted by Ryan McDougall (not verified) on

Minorities are SO racist. I see it every single day. The media wikl never call out you racist blacks and latinos. Imagine if a white athlete called Obama a bum..... You're a LOSER, Lebron. Most of you black athletes seem racist. I love President Trump. Obama was a terrible president which is WHY Trump won. DEAL WITH IT.You are MILES BEHIND Jordan in terms of skill, smoothness and fundamentals. A 0 year old Hakeem made you oook stiff and unathletic. You are the poster boy for this sad NBA. Your generation is terrible. Nobody even watches the NVA anymore. Jordan owns you.

Submitted by Zachary Veal (not verified) on

I enjoy your dunks

Submitted by warren adair (not verified) on

Hey Lebron ..I'm a disabled vietnam vet and detest the NFL players!!! People go to watch a GAME ... NOT be part of or watch a protest!!! The players have their " rights" just like everyone else just NOT during work hours !!

Submitted by Fres (not verified) on

If you desire for a social change don't use the flag as a tool to protest. Use your money to help the least fortunate African Americans. It's easy to make millions and do nothing but talk. I don't care want the NFL players think all I care is the game, period

Submitted by Greg (not verified) on

In case anyone cares- this is what the NFL rule book says;

The specific rule pertaining to the national anthem is found on pages A62-63 of the NFL League Rulebook. It states: 'The National Anthem must be played prior to every NFL game, and all players must be on the sideline for the National Anthem. 'During the National Anthem, players on the field and bench area should stand at attention, face the flag, hold helmets in their left hand, and refrain from talking. The home team should ensure that the American flag is in good condition... ...It should be pointed out to players and coaches that we continue to be judged by the public in this area of respect for the flag and our country. Failure to be on the field by the start of the National Anthem may result in discipline, such as fines, suspensions, and/or the forfeiture of draft choice(s) for violations of the above, including first offenses.'”

Submitted by Nj M (not verified) on


I listened to your comments and read your blurb regarding the vicious white supremacist racist attack on NFL and NBA athletes by the Rouge faux-President of the 39%l Trump. It is a strategic move to bring Sharia law (extreme white nationalist evangelicals) and White Nationalism (fascism) center stage in his perpetual racist rallies, specifically targeting white people. Every week is a different divisive issue and a different attack on a different group or person.

With aplomb and dignity, you demonstrated that African-ancestored athletes have First Amendment rights and can address those rights, especially when their rights are impinged upon by the white national police state murdering innocent Black men/boys/women/girls with impunity...

I ask you now; would this not be "the perfect moment and the fertile ground to build a "third force" political party, galvanizing and mobilizing all your millions of fans and disaffected voters of all walks of life who see the handwriting on the wall as it relates to the direction the neo-liberals, the neo-conservatives, the neo-fascist, and the neo-Nazis are taking the country and global countries?

If the professional athletes can protest a fascist anthem and song that glorifies war on the one and genocide, slavery, ineffable suffering of millions of people around in the name of white supremacy racism; can't we seize this moment to mobilize the masses and take this country into a whole new direction? A direction that will be, once and for all, of, by, and for the people. if all celebrities" across the spectrum, the Oprah's, Magic, Kapernick, Jordan, Denzel, Isaiah Washington...Clooney, DeNiro, Sarandon...and the list goes on and coalesce with Jill Stein, Cornell West, Chris Hughes, Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report)...and countless others who would help/contribute, and leadership in a monumental movement to throw off the coming wave of white fascist annihilation of the masses, deconstruction of Constitutional government, and the installation of an eminent dictatorship. You see how and what Trump thinks about Black people and if he has his way what he will do, which is take us back to the Antebellum, pre-Civil War era.

LaBron, if you came into the Black disenfranchised communities across the nation, creating a platform with other athletes with like minds and do something that has not ever been before; talk to the masses; create rallies for political power; it can be done! If you see the vision that I see as a result of Sunday's protest in the face of the Trump Alabama attack...we could be well on our way to the "real" great society!

Submitted by Doug (not verified) on

Mr. James:
I an a fan of you basketball achievements and read your book. I saw my fist Cavs game this year! Great job working hard and proving the American Dream is available to hard workers! We love you.

Sir, I don't think you understand how much influence you have on our youth as citizens. I'm not sure you know the imoact of your attacks on our President. Sir, YOU of all Americans can lead our youth with respectful encouragement. You can be positive. You are an athelete not a politician. It would be nice to see you become an inspiration in living as you have on the field. It would be great to see you engage in conversations with politicians and not insult our Country. It saddens me to see you stoop so low and be so negative. In your book you describe an ice cream shop you bicycled past as a youth and "the cheeseburger you will never afford". Sir now you can afford so much more. Much more than nearly all humans. We as fans and Ohioans expect more! We want to see our King James act like one. No insults, no negativity, no anti Americanism. My forefathers fought and died to free American slaves. My generation is truly multicultural and I know this is tough to see from some segregated communities. Lebron I am mixed race. I dont see one side or pick teams. Often I hear you say "our community" when you mean only part of us. I see you talking about racism as if it is a one way street. I dont hear you lifting up inner city youth, but degrading their hope by attacking America. Fact is there are only small portions of folks actually racist. Please be more constructive and positive. I see you as a great man who can become a great leader. That will require you to set aside your own bias and to begin trusting those of us who are not like you. We are all unique. Please stop casting our President as the enemy. Just as it is an NBA Captain's job to lead his team to respect team colors traditions and pregame procedures which honor America, it is President Trump's job to lead all citizens to honor the flag and Anthem briefly before games. Be positive! Stop casting a guy who is doing his job as your enemy. He is your neighbor and Brother under God. Choose only words and actions that inspire hope and enthusiasm for the American dream you have achieved, and which many of us Privileged folks have yet to attain.


Submitted by carson compton (not verified) on

I am doing a presentation about you and would like to ask you a few questions so I can finish this. If you could please email me.

Submitted by Mark (not verified) on

Dear Lebron. I write this as a die hard NBA fan. I am so surprised and disappointed by your recent praise of Eminems Anti-Trump Rap. As we all know Eminem has a history of violent, hating, homophobic, sexist lyrics. Virtues that are usually condemned by the left and liberals. Of course, Eminem has become so irrelevant, attacking the President will give him some notoriety especially in the arena of the other Trump haters. However, this clearly shows that their collective hatred, bigotry and prejudice towards President Trump has taken away their moral compass. So sad and pathetic you took part in this. Next they will be praising Harvey Weinstein!

Submitted by Tracy Suprise (not verified) on

I am a veteran of the Vietnam era. I never had to deal with what his wife is dealing with. I was a nurse. Now I am a retired nurse, grandma, progressive activist, union nurse, and love when NBA and NFL players are political. Seriously I admire you for all you do and your political statements. there is a gofundme page for the family. I have given and will get in touch with my union members and retirees to help aid the family. Can you help do that to?? I know you have a lot on your plate but I also know that African-American soldiers are in the words of a wonderful SGT I knew in Korea in the 1970's --they are a commodity. thanks so much . Keep on doing what you do.

Submitted by Carlton B (not verified) on

I know one thing is you need to be more careful about everything on the court. Its not all your fault on why we are losing the way we are but you came twice in hurting yourself. Take your time and play with pace like you was in miami, plus you have a family need to stay right for the future little you out there. Nothing is different from here and there. Counting you to make a change.


Submitted by Abdullahi Nur (not verified) on

Happy Birthday King, enjoy ur day to the fullest 33 never felt so good on you!!!

Submitted by Jay Thomas (not verified) on

Stick to basketball. You don't know crap about what is really going on in our country. You supported Hillary the BIGGEST CROOK IN AMERICAN HISTORY. President Trump cares more about African Americans than YOU-OBAMA-HILLARY COMBINED. You are rich and famous because GOD gave you a gift but yet you support people doing Satan's work. U think you are a total loser!

Submitted by santos puente (not verified) on

what makes your opinion greater than anyone else, how do you know what Trump thinks, he cares more for American people than you do
you lack ineligible thought
shut up and dribble

Submitted by Tony Jansen (not verified) on

Dear Mr. James,
I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to you today about the happening in our country and hope that we all can make a change into what is going on in our society in our great nation. You a very well respected individual in all that you do. You have a God give talent that only a few in your profession has and you have taken it to the top. You have millions of people young and old that look up to you and dream of having the ability to do what you do. I myself wish I could play in the NBA.
Which leads me to ask of you to not divide our young but help them through this tough time we seem to be going through as a nation. We have a President that I know you don't believe in all the thing that he says and does. No one will ever totally agree with ever action everyone takes. The young of our country look up to their hero's on how they speak and their actions. I think if you look back at things as you age (I sure have) that you will find that you would have done things a bit different. I am referring to some past comments about out President. I myself don't agree with some of things that are happening in the white house. I haven't with all the past administration through the last 30 some years. These are the elected officials that the American people have chosen and it is not always our views. As Americans we need to stick together and grow our great country for our future children and grandchildren. I did not at all like the comments of the "shut up and dribble" that was made to you. This reporter should be reaching out to you and truly getting your personal view. This is where we need to talk to our young and ask questions on how we can fix thing not pull them apart.
I am 55 years old and grew up in a very small town in southern IL. I am the eldest of six children and came from a slightly low income family. My father past at 56 when I was 26 which was a tough time in anyone life. I couldn't afford college after high school so I went to work after graduation. Because of hard work and our great country I was able to buy my own business that I had strive'd for. I have two children 28 and 25 who did get a chance to get college degrees. This is what our country is about making thing better for the future generations.
Please speak to your fans not of anger but of things we can change by doing good actions in our daily lives. We all need to see some good news in our lives. If you indeed get this email would you please pass it on to Mr. Durrant. I than you again for all you do.

God Bless you and your Family,

Tony Jansen

Submitted by Patti Dutko (not verified) on

I agree with shut up and dribble--I don't want your opinion on politics as I'm sure you don't want mine. You forget-you insulted half the citizens of the USA and the office of the President of the United States. There's a reason the average people in this country are beginning to hate celebrities and you are one of them.

Submitted by Vanessa zailo (not verified) on

Hi, soooooo I am about to be marrying Skyler Suggs who is one of the biggest Lebron fans. He has loved him since he first started watching basketball. I question whether he is more excited to marry me or meet Lebron if he could, but I’ll never put that to the test. I would love to make my fiancées day and be able to go to a game and meet Lebron (for his birthday in August) ! I know everyone requests this but I am praying mine stands out. I am wondering if there is any summer league games Lebron is playing in that would be in Canada (immigration won’t allow me to cross to America until this fall)... or a game in the fall or really any game that they allow fans to meet the players? Please let me know! Thank you for your time 😀

Submitted by Fat Tony (not verified) on

Dear Lebron,

I have been a fan of your since you played your first year in the NBA. WAS it 2004? 2005? Or 2006. Since that season I have watched you mature into the father that you have become. I hear your son is cool. With you youre a better father than a basketball player, and you’re a dman good basketball player. and coming from me, that means a lot.

I alsways knew you would do great things. Good job Lebron. When you actually won the big game (the championchip) I chouldnt believe it. Good job. After you won I took some time off from my main job (assistant). But when you won again, I became an assistant again. I couldn’t believe it. Good job.

And then when you lost, I decided to quit being an assistant again. But I decided this wasn’t going to break our relationship. Good job. A real friendship consists of winning and losing. Good job. Bail me out of jail,an d I’ll bail out yours.

I’ll make your wildest dreams come true. If you let me move in with you. I’ll clean and shoot hoops with you (if your lucky). I’ll tell you good job when you need it.

Best regards,
Fat Tony


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