LeBron Breaks His Silence About Joining The Lakers

LeBron James reveals why he joined Lakers in free agency

LeBron James reveals why he joined Lakers in free agency

The I PROMISE School will educate 240 of the Akron Public School District's most academically at-risk third- and fourth-graders in its inaugural year and James was on hand to welcome each student on their first day.

"LeBron missed a lot of school in the fourth grade".

I Promise School has a staff of roughly 40, who are prepped to teach the school's longer days and school year.

James has modeled the school, and so many other education initiatives started by Michele Campbell, executive director of The LeBron James Family Foundation, to combat the obstacles he faced.

LeBron James is committed to helping the people of Akron no matter where he plays basketball, and one of his biggest achievements officially became a reality on Monday. With regard to the gross earnings for the 2017 basketball player had won with 85.5 million in US currency and takes the sixth place in the ranking of the highest paid athletes in the world.

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We are now at a better point than yesterday with the US. "They argue then make up", Albayrak said, adding: " Relations will never break off".

"We are in a position right now in America more importantly where this whole race thing is taking over". "Because our students come to school and they're anxious about things at home".

"Sports has never been something that divides people, it's always been something that brings someone together." said James.

They moved constantly, and there were long periods when James didn't attend school - he missed 82 days in fourth grade - because Gloria didn't have a auto and there was no other way of transportation. That program has since evolved into the I Promise School. Through the school, James has touched many lives, including that of Smith, who was obviously moved by his former teammate's project. The NBA icon has highlighted some fantastic perks students attending his new I Promise school will receive.

The walls of the school are lined with photos of James and children at foundation events. "But it's a championship franchise, and that's what we're trying to get back to and I'm happy to be a part of the culture and be a part of us getting back to that point".

As far as basketball, the 33-year-old superstar said the decision to leave Cleveland again was hard, but he didn't rule out a second homecoming with the Cavaliers.

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