LeBron James

LeBron James is an all-star NBA basketball player for the Los Angeles Laker. Along with Michael Jordan, "Magic" Johnson, and Coby Bryant, he is widely considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time. James set new industry records throughout his career and achieved multiple accolades, including four NBA MVP awards, four NBA Finals NVP awards, four NBA championships, and two Olympic gold medals. Out of every NBA player in the league's history, James has the second most career points of all time and most scored points in the playoffs. Between 2011-2018 he competed every year in the NBA finals. Moreover, James is the first player to reach the milestone of 10,000 career points, rebounds, and assists. His distinguished career has earned a fortune estimated to be more than one billion dollars.

Born in Ohio, James started playing basketball at an early age and became recognized as an up-and-coming future NBA star while enrolled in high school. He was drafted to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2003 NBA draft and won Rookie of the Year in 2004. He continued building a name for himself and winning MVP awards until 2010 when he left as a free agent to join the Miami Heat.

His first NBA championships were won while playing with the Heat in 2012 and 2013. However, in 2014 James returned to his home state to play with the Cavaliers. Eventually, he helped lead them to their NBA championships by defeating Golden State Warriors in the 2016 finals. James again switched teams in 2018, but this time with the Los Angeles Lakers, where he earned his fourth championship in 2020.

James is one of the most heavily marketed NBA players of all time and has received numerous contracts due to his fame. Along with starring in a Hollywood film, he is also one of the owners of Liverpool F.C.