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Transcript of LeBron Powerpoint
He is from Akron, OH and has played on the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Miami Heat
He is listed as 6’8” and 250 pounds, though most people believe he weighs more and he refuses to be weighed again. Born on Dec 30, 1984
Mother’s name is Gloria James, she was 16 when she had him and his father is unknown
They fought poverty his entire childhood and were forced to move constantly
He began his basketball career at the age of 2
His pee wee football coach helped take care of him General Information Led his 13U AAU team to the national championship, though they lost
Attended St Vincent-St Mary High School in Akron, OH with his AAU teammates
Led his team to the state championship 4 times winning 3
Their team was dubbed the “Fab Five” and are considered the best team in high school basketball history
He is considered the best high school player ever and was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated titled “The Chosen One”
Was drafted 1st overall in the 2003 NBA draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers
Played for Cleveland Cavaliers for 7 years and is there all time leading scorer
Traded to Miami Heat in 2010 and still plays there
They are currently the reigning NBA Champs and he is the reigning MVP and Finals MVP
He is an 8 time NBA All-Star and a 3 time MVP
Current Stats: 25.4 ppg, 8.6 Reb, 6.7 Ast
Chosen as Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year for 2012 Played on USA Olympic Team in 2004, 2008, 2012
Won two gold medals (‘08 and ‘12) and one bronze (‘04)