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LeBron goes Hollywood: James dines with Al Pacino and Leonardo DiCaprio

13 July 2018, 09:26 | Myron Mathis

LeBron goes Hollywood: James dines with Al Pacino and Leonardo DiCaprio

LeBron goes Hollywood: James dines with Al Pacino and Leonardo DiCaprio

Medium Large is looking to add motivated individuals with big dreams and a big appetite for success to our LakersNation.com direct sales team based in Los Angeles or Orange County. He was a 12-time All-Star, completing the task each year he was in the league.

So, he knows a thing or two about LA.

If this is a body-swap comedy, Kevin Hart seems like the heavy favorite to be the star opposite LeBron, as that seems to be the most logical "what would be funny" low-hanging fruit, considering the considerable size difference between Hart and James.

Cleveland Cavaliers star forward Kevin Love runs onto the court. It's a new chapter in LeBron's career, one that might not be dominated by a Finals appearance every year. The Lakers are immediately, undeniably better with him on the roster.

Never said his next project is a Lakers team mural that includes all players-including James.


For his money, West says that signing LeBron wasn't exactly hard for Magic and Pelinka.

"In 2010, when he went to Miami, it was about championships", Paul told Sports Illustrated. However, it is what LeBron wanted to do, and he's already acclimating to his L.A. lifestyle by hitting the clubs and allegedly talking about starring in feature films.

"He has a family he's thinking about", West said. He has a home here. He will be a celebrity out here, sure, but it's a place where, once in a while, he can get lost, be himself.

Clearly LeBron James is bringing more than just playoff basketball back to Los Angeles. It makes sense that he would want to try and branch out to continue that run of cultural importance. And while the Lakers should be excited about landing LeBron, Jerry West is not too impressed with their "achievement".



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