LeBron James has been building a school for at-risk children in his hometown for about a year now after outlining the project in 2016, but truth be told, the project has coursed through his mind for at least a decade. "You feel like you're supposed to play it out in one spot, and I think he did a good job of giving you different chapters and it's going to make his book even more interesting when it's done". Ten-year-olds out here hooping, why you feeling like this? "I'm really excited HBO believed in our idea and is helping us create something special". "Watching my boys play ball".
"It's kinda insane right now because I've been sitting and thinking over the past couple of weeks and months on what it means to open up a school and how excited I am about this possibility for me to be able to be in my hometown and be able to open up at school and to know who's going to benefit from it", said the future Hall of Famer.
Over the last few years, both of his sons have shown flashes of their dad's insane talent, especially Bronny, who nearly broke the internet when he almost pulled off a dunk despite only being 13-years-old.
The conversation veers to the pressure his son must feel living up to a superstar for a parent.
The writing of his next chapter in Los Angeles will begin very soon, but founding a place to help kids from his hometown dream about a better future is a fitting end - and beginning at the same time - to his OH story. "The only thing I can do is give them the blueprint, and it's up to them to take their own course whenever that time comes". The first episode - which will feature Snoop Dogg, Jon Stewart, the Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green and Los Angeles Sparks' Candace Parker, and New York Giants star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara - will debut August 28 at 11 PM.