LeBron James disappointed that he’s not playing in Cleveland vs. Cavaliers tonight

The Come Up: LeBron James Posted A Picture Of Himself Dunking & Now He’s Being Sued For $150,000

Some photographers will use their photos being used by the superstar to their advantage, but Mitchell instead made a decision to file a lawsuit against James, claiming that LeBron infringed on his copyright by posting the image.

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James, musing on the potential permutations of an National Basketball Association return in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, reiterated in a podcast aired Thursday (March 26) he wouldn't relish competing without fans in the stands.

But play is still suspended in the National Basketball Association because of the coronavirus pandemic. No more high-fiving. After this corona shit? "Wait "til you see me and my teammates" handshakes after this s-t". "Thank you." The post has accrued more than 2.1 million likes.

"What is the word "sport" without "fan"?" he said on "Road Trippin" Podcast.

Now James is itching to get back on the court and open to creative ways to play as non-essential activities in the United States have ground to a halt. There's no joy. There's no back-and-forth. James said on the 51-minute podcast, which was hosted by former Cleveland Cavaliers teammates Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye as well as current Lakers studio host Allie Clifton. "It's actually the opposite for me because my body, when we stopped playing, was asking me, like, 'What the hell are you doing?' My body was like, 'Hey man, what the hell is going on?" Like, if it's get out there and get back on the floor 5-on-5 ... but like, we can do that in scrimmages.

James went on to say that he hopes the league doesn't thrust itself into the playoffs as they should still go through with at least a few regular-season games. Let's just go to each other's practice facility, put out a camera, just scrimmage and livestream it. ...



Other news