LeBron James says he wants to improve for everyone, no matter what color or race
LeBron James continues to speak in the midst of social unrest in the United States. The Los Angeles Lakers superstar was always open when it came to racial and discrimination issues. But since America is on the brink of change in one way or another, the three-time NBA champion has stayed on top and even participated in a black voice protection project.
James spoke to Bloomberg Jason Kelly in an interview this week, claiming he wants to see everyone get better breaks from life, not just black people.
“I talk about things that I know about and that I know about,” he said. “And at the end of the day, right is right and wrong is wrong. I want people to improve – no matter what skin color, no matter what race, no matter what. “
LeBron James is also one of the athletes who are very excited for the NBA restart next month. This has been a problem lately as several players opposed it and teammate Avery Bradley recently decided to skip.
Free agent JR Smith is understood as that Top candidate to replace the point guard.
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