LeBron James, the Los Angeles Lakers superstar will be deeply missed once he retires, which doesn’t seem to be happening any time soon. From the day of his debut, LeBron has been displaying marvelous performances impressing the entire NBA community.
LeBron remains a remarkable player, and even at the age of 38, he is as electrifying as ever. His extraordinary physique, combined with surreal skills and abilities, makes him a phenomenal athlete. He serves as a role model and inspiration for many fans and aspiring athletes. Recently, LeBron celebrated the opening of his museum in Akron.
LeBron celebrates opening of Akron Museum
In honor of LeBron James’ life and accomplishments, Home Court, an immersive multimedia museum, opened in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, on November 25.
“My dream was always to put Akron on the map, so to have a place in my hometown that allows me to share my journey with my fans from all over the world means a lot to me,” the Los Angeles Lakers star, 38, said in a press release. “I’ve been known to hang on to a lot of things over the years, and I always knew there would be a time and place to bring them out.”
Visitors can embark on a self-guided tour of the future Hall of Famer’s life at the museum, beginning with recreations of his Spring Hill Apartment #602 and the high school gym at St. Vincent-St. Mary’s, where he played. Relics from his 21 NBA seasons, including stops in Cleveland, Miami, and Los Angeles, as well as the white suit he wore when chosen first overall in the 2003 NBA Draft, are on display at the museum.
LeBron’s jersey number and general admission tickets cost $23. All proceeds from the event will support The LeBron James Family Foundation’s House Three Thirty job training program. Akron, of course, holds a special place in the basketball legend’s life.
LeBron James inspires Lakers to triumph against Cavs
Anthony Davis scored 23 of his season-high 32 points in the second half and grabbed 13 rebounds, while LeBron James had 22 points as the Lakers defeated the Cavaliers 121-115 on Saturday night. In the eighteenth meeting of his twenty-one career games against Cleveland, James contributed with six rebounds, six assists, and two steals. The 39-year-old played 11 seasons with the Cavaliers, contributing to their 2016 NBA championship win.
The Lakers won their third straight away from home behind the 15 points and 10 assists of Austin Reeves, 13 points and 12 assists from Christian Wood, and 12 points from Max Christie. Reaves, Wood, and Jaxson Hayes combined to make 14 of the 20 shots they took off the bench as Los Angeles shot 52.2%.
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