Michael Jordan Isn't Down With LeBron for 'Space Jam 2'
If there ever actually is a Space Jam 2, it will likely star LeBron James. At least if production on the feature starts at some point before he turns 50. But, if the star of the original had his way, the player kidnapped and threatened with becoming an amusement park attraction would not be the current No.(Complex News)
LeBron James is only 31, so he still has a lot of life left in his NBA career. His new $100 million contract will likely keep him in Cleveland with the Cavaliers for the next three seasons, and once that contract is over, there's a good chance he'll sign another one for another few years (and maybe bring the "Brotherhood" together when he does it?).
Lupita Nyong'o Visits Her Family Home and Farm in Kenya | Vogue
While in Kisumu for her Vogue cover shoot, Lupita Nyong'o stopped by her parents' home for a walk through their farm with her father, to climb fruit trees, and to learn to cook ugali from her mother-just over a year ago the Oscar-winning actress made national Kenyan news when she revealed that she did not know how to make the local staple. (Vogue)
Here's why LeBron James is 'sad' Phil Jackson used the word 'posse'
UNDISPUTED ON FS1 wrote: SUBSCRIBE to get the latest UNDISPUTED content: https://www.youtube.com/undisputedonfs1?sub_confirmation=1 Shannon Sharpe takes a closer look as to why LeBron James is really upset the Phil Jackson used the word "posse" to describe his business associates.
Go Behind the Scenes of 'Trainwreck' with Amy Schumer and LeBron James
When she wrote Trainwreck, Amy Schumer never thought she'd be starring in it, and she just knew that LeBron James would never accept a role. Fortunately, she was wrong on both counts and couldn't be happier about it.
On Sunday, the Cavs beat the Warriors to win the NBA Championship-the first major sports championship that a Cleveland team has won since 1964. Of course, LeBron James-who was a beast in the playoffs-was named the MVP. LeBron fans celebrated. Cavs fans celebrated. But, wait-so did Rihanna. (Complex News)
'The Decision': Don't Compare Kevin Durant & LeBron James
It was the perfect storm, really, one we likely won't see again until-er, maybe next summer. The best (regular season) team in NBA history, the 73-9 Warriors, with an open roster spot, the salary cap shooting up from $70 to $94 million, and the perfect Warriors-style player, a 6'11" sharpshooter by the name of Kevin Durant, entering free agency at the peak of his prime. (Complex News)