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LeBron James is ready to put on a show on Jamal Crawford’s Pro-Am.

By James Brown

LeBron James is ready to put on a show on Jamal Crawford’s Pro-Am.

LeBron James is ready to do some work before the start of the season by playing on Jamal Crawford’s Pro-Am.

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LeBron James is ready to do some work before the start of the season as he is set to participate in the CrawsOver Pro-AM. This will be the second summer league that the four-time MVP takes part of, as he played in the Drew League just some weeks back. This is going to be a huge moment as it will be LeBron James return to Seattle after 15 years of absence. Now the King is ready to play once more at Washington State.  

The CrawsOver, once known as the Seattle Pro-Am Basketball League,  is a high-level summer pro-am league that features a mix of current and former professional, international, minor league and collegiate players. The league was created by Jamal Crawford, a Seattle native and 20-year NBA veteran. Some of the players that will be alongside James are, Jayson Tatum, Dejounte Murray, Paolo Banchero, Chet Holmgren, Isaiah Thomas, Tari Eason and MarJon Beauchamp.

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This will be a good start to LeBron James' training camp, as he hasn't played much basketball in the last couple of months. He did play in the Drew League, as said above, for the first time since 2011 and where he put on a show. It almost looked as if James hadn't stopped playing basketball for weeks, as he led the MMV Cheaters with an amazing 42 points, 16 rebounds and four steals in a 104-102 victory over Black Pearl Elite.

Now the King is ready to play once more in Seattle and put a show for all the fans that will attend the event. “SEATTLE LETS GET IT!! Been over 15+ years since I've been back and played ball! Well the wait is almost over!! The (king) is BACK!” expressed the four-time NBA champion on his social media. The game will start at 8:30 pm ET and will be transmitted by the NBA app and NBA.com, among several platforms.

Will the summer league help LeBron James be ready for the season opener?

After 19 seasons in the NBA, it is hard to imagine LeBron not being ready to start a season. The all-star player has been a role model when it comes to taking care of his body and it seems this season won't be an exception. As always in every game that a player takes part in, there is a potential risk of injury. Still, it is always good to see players put in the extra work before the season starts.

 

 

 

 


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