Nov 22, 2018
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LeBron James returns to Cleveland for the first time as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers and received a hometown hero’s welcome from Cavaliers fans. The expectant crowd at Quicken Loans Arena greeted the greatest player in Cavaliers history with a surge of warm applause.

Minutes later the noise level rose several notches when James was the last member of the Lakers’ starting five to be introduced. A full-fledged, 30-second standing ovation for James followed when the Cavaliers played a “Thank You LeBron James” tribute video during the first timeout in the first quarter.

James and the Lakers outlasted the Cavaliers 109-105 in a game that saw a surprising performance from the Cavs, who sport the league's worst record at 2-14. James finished with 32 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists.

LeBron James wears rare pair of vintage LeBron 7 sneakers for return to Cleveland this time. LeBron James breaks out a SVSM-themed LeBron 7 for his return to Cleveland, originally released in 2009 to celebrate the “More Than A Game” documentary release. The Air Max LeBron 7 "More Than a Game" was released in 10 different colorways, for each city on the world tour where the documentary about James and his teammates at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio, was screened. Each colorway featured a different image from the documentary.

● LeBron James is 33 years old now, and he entered the NBA league back in 2003 with the Cleveland Cavaliers, and he had been playing at the Quicken Loans Arena for almost 11 years now. Sports Illustrated put him on the cover the prior year as a high school junior with the claimed tagline: “The Chosen One.” Nike inked him to a seven-year, $90 million deal while he was still in high school. James has become the superstar icon in Cleveland itself, and the Cleveland Cavaliers has decided to place a new LeBron James banner outside of Quicken Loans Arena.

LeBron James has been one of the hottest names on the endorsement trail as well, locking up partnerships with Nike, Coca-Cola (Sprite), Beats By Dre, State Farm Insurance, Kia Motors, Intel, Progressive Insurance, Samsung, Verizon Wireless, McDonald's, Powerade, and Blaze Pizza.

James is on the Mount Rushmore of the most influential and popular active athletes on the planet. His 41 million Facebook followers is second behind only Cristiano Ronaldo among athletes. He sells more of his signature shoes for Nike than any other active athlete.

Back in 2016, LeBron James has reportedly donated an unprecedented $41 million to put 1,100 Ohio kids through college, which is part of his partnership with the University Of Akron, in which kids enrolled in his "I Promise" program will have the opportunity to receive a fully guaranteed four-year college scholarship. Through his "I Promise" program, students who are qualified will get a scholarship that will cover their entire college degree tuition and the general service fee from the university.

LeBron James' kids are all grown up now, and there are 3 of them LeBron James Jr. (13 years old ), Bryce Maximus James (10 years old ) and daughter Zhuri James (3 years old) as of 2018.

The NBA's four-time MVP has made it to the NBA Finals eight straight years and nine times overall. During the most recent season, he broke Michael Jordan's long-standing record of consecutive games with double-digit points and became the youngest player to reach 30,000 career points. He has his own production company (SpringHill Entertainment) and media company (Uninterrupted). Even his 2% stake in Liverpool, acquired through his partnership with Fenway Sports Group, is soaring in value with the English club reaching the Champions League Final for the first time since 2007. But James' greatest accomplishment might be his impact on Ohio children through his foundation. It announced plans three years ago to spend $41 million to send kids to college for free. The foundation will open its first elementary school in 2018.

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