#LebronJames Starring In SLs Sportsperson of the Year Comes With Huge Goals #CAVS #LEBRON

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Lebron sets statements on statements with his 26th cover with Sports Illustrated Magazine

James was featured on the cover of the magazine last week when it named him the 2016 sportsperson of the year which would make this his 26th cover with the long time relationship he has had with the magazine but with this accomplishment, Bron has new goals.

Awhile ago it was announced that Lebron will be donating $2.5 to the Smithsonian National  African American Museum to support a lifetime exhibit of Muhammad Ali.  Well, Lebron is planning to take his passion for the African American boxer a step further and partner up with HBO witha documentary based on the life of Muhammad Ali. The film will be produced in conjunction with LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s production company, SpringHill Entertainment and “Training Day” director, Antoine Fuqua’s production company Fuqua Films.

Lebron made a re-debut on the cover of the magazine as Sportsman Of The Year, wearing a noticeable accessory. The minor pin represents 2016 laminated event. In the wake of the 2016 Presidential election, & the safety pin movement is an attempt to show solidarity with anyone who might feel afraid in wake of the recent spark of “hate-crimes” that has increased and noted on various sites within the USA.

The untitled HBO project yet without a date and title will reportedly air on the premium cable network as a multi-part documentary, and will chronicle Ali’s “greatest triumphs and comebacks, painting an intimate portrait of a man who, against all odds, dreamed and achieved the impossible, over and over again,” according to an HBO press release.

“It’s tough to put into words how much it means to me to be a part of this project honoring the legacy and telling the extremely important story of the great Muhammad Ali,” James said in the press release.

Oddly enough I think that, this is Lebron’s way of protesting but in a much postive way. Without marching he is creating vision & inspiration by using his platform to create and remember the culture.

James told the magazine he’s not a fan of public protests, because “they can feel almost riotous sometimes.”

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