LeBron James is on a revenge tour this season, and he’s not afraid to admit it.
Starting in 2023, the ‘Fair Pay to Play’ Act will allow all student-athletes in California to earn money for their name, image, or likeness.
We are hyped to see more of the 17’s, and as a training camp for the NBA season is almost underway, we can’t wait to see what is next in store for LeBron.
‘They Will Be Seen’ is focused on giving football players a platform to be seen for the three-dimensional humans they are.
Alex Caruso of the LA Lakers is as lowkey of a player as you will find in the NBA.
By surrounding yourself with a squad that is trustworthy, innovative, and strong in the face of adversity, you automatically set yourself up to succeed.
SpringHill Entertainment, in this case, was able to draw on their own experiences with LeBron and other athletes to create a narrative that’s authentic.
It’s not about the money, but more about taking control of your future and being able to do something you love once you’re done playing.
The Rich Paul Rule hurts the league because it says that you can only succeed through life “their way,” through college and, ultimately, through “them.”
LeBron is just giving his children what he never had. Who could hate on that?