LeBron James has been basketball’s best player for over 14 years. In any case, it’s his work off the court—in business, in motion pictures, and progressively in governmental issues—that will characterize the profundity of his enormity.
GQ followed the ruler from L.A. to New York to Toronto and back once more, talking LeBron Inc., MJ, Cleveland, race, and the man they’d come to know essentially as “U bum.”
LeBron puts forward:
“I think Ali represented something bigger than Ali. He wanted to make a change for a future without him included. That’s what Ali brought to the table. I don’t know what it’s like to live in every state in this country, but I know freedom. I know the opportunity that our country has given people, and to see the guy in charge now not understanding that is baffling to not only myself but to my friends and to the people that’ve helped grow this country. But Muhammad Ali’s correlation to the war… I don’t think me and Donald Trump could ever get to that point.”
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Read more on LeBron’s feature in GQ’s November 2017 Issue.
SOURCE: FLEEK MEISTER