LeBron James has teamed up on a special sneaker for spe…

LeBron James has teamed up on a special sneaker for special athletes. The Cavaliers star and Nike have unveiled a new shoe designed for disabled athletes that can be slipped on and off more easily. The LeBron Soldier 10 FlyEase is modeled after the signature shoe worn by James, but it has no laces and can be secured with Velcro straps and zippers. “It’s about us empowering every kid and everybody to understand we are all athletes,” James said.
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LeBron James was asked Sunday to compare the threat the Warriors present to all the other challenges he’s faced in his career. “It’s probably up there,” James said after Cavaliers’ practice. “I mean, it’s up there. Obviously, I’ve played against four Hall of Famers as well too with Manu (Ginobili), Kawhi (Leonard), Tony (Parker) and Timmy D (Tim Duncan) on the same team. And if you add Pop (Gregg Popovich) in there, that’s five Hall of Famers.”
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LeBron James: “So, it’s going to be very challenging. Those guys are going to challenge me. They’re going to challenge our ballclub. This is a high-powered team and I’ve played against some other (stiff competition). I’ve played against Ray (Allen), KG (Kevin Garnett), Paul (Pierce), (Rajon) Rondo and Doc (Rivers). So, it’s going to be very challenging not only on me mentally, but on our ballclub and on our franchise.”
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