The LeBron James Family Foundation and Akron Public Schools teamed up to create a new school for public school students in the city who are struggling with reading.
LeBron's on-court rivals Golden State Warriors are in the same camp with him as they have not been to the White House during their back-to-back championship wins in 2017 and 2018. And this time, following an interview about the new "I Promise' public school James opened for underprivileged kids in Akron, the President decided was the time to attack James".
The vets and the young core will have to learn how to play together under LeBron's leadership in order for the team to be successful, and sacrifices for the team will have to be made by some players. I like Mike!' Trump posted on Friday evening.
Nike, the official outfitter of the National Basketball Association, just unveiled the brand-new Lakers uniforms for the 2018-19 National Basketball Association season, which arrive in time to welcome James to his new baller home at the Staples Center.
To the sporting world and largely beyond, he's King James, but to President Trump, LeBron James' is no intellectual genius.
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That echoed comments he made in January that Trump had "given people and racism... an opportunity to be out and outspoken without fear". Lemon nor James has responded to Trump's tweet. It will initially open its doors to 240 third- and fourth-grade students, and will add first- and second-grade classes in 2019. "They just want to feel like we care", he said.
Check out the pic below and let us know if you'll be copping these when they drop, usually in September. I've rode the same bikes on the streets that they ride on.
Impressively, the school boasts a 20-to-1 student-teacher ratio, year-round programming and a 9-to-5 school day to keep its children engaged.
But James isn't just looking to provide support for his students, he wants to support their parents as well.
James said he "can't sit back and say nothing".