LeBron James Reveals He Sometimes Wishes to Live a Normal Life

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Basketball superstar LeBron James has opened up about the challenges of being famous, revealing that his family is often unable to do ordinary things. “I don’t want to talk about it too much because it’s been talked about a lot, but there are times when I wish I could do normal things,” James confessed in a recent interview with The New York Times. “I’m not here to complain, of course not. But sometimes it’s a challenge,” the basketball superstar spoke about the consequences of his fame.

LeBron James 'có lúc ước mình là người bình thường' - Ngôi sao

LeBron James, the legendary NBA player known as King James, recently expressed his desire to do everyday activities like going for a walk, watching a movie at the theater, visiting a park or museum, and even shopping at Target or Starbucks. Despite being one of the most famous basketball players in the world, with over 145 million Instagram followers and a net worth of $1 billion, James longs for the simple pleasures of life that many take for granted. His wife Savannah is also a social media influencer with two million followers on Instagram, while their eldest son Bronny is following in his father’s footsteps as a promising basketball player with nearly seven million followers on the platform. Their other children, Bryce and Zhuri, are also making a name for themselves in the basketball world and the family is known for their philanthropic efforts.

LeBron James 'có lúc ước mình là người bình thường' - Ngôi sao

LeBron James is a renowned American basketball superstar born in 1984 who is often compared to his senior, Michael Jordan. He is considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time. LeBron gained popularity when he played for Cleveland Cavaliers from 2003 to 2010. Later, he moved to Miami Heat where he played for four seasons before returning to Cleveland Cavaliers in 2014. Since 2018, he has been playing for Los Angeles Lakers. The 37-year-old legend has won four NBA championships with Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Los Angeles Lakers, as well as four NBA Most Valuable Player awards.

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