LeBron James Is Not Here To Clean Up After His Teammates
The King does not stand for untidiness from his basketball family.
Following the 108-105 Cavaliers pre-season victory over the 76ers, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving were the last two players to leave the locker room and speak to reporters. When The King followed Kyrie to the podium, the 4-time MVP had 5 or 6 laundry sacks in addition to his own, as he picked up the extra clothes left behind in the bedraggled locker room by his teammates.
“Hopefully I only have to say something once,” said the 3-time champion to Cleveland.com, “(We) can’t leave the locker room like that.” It's pleasant to see no matter how famous or successful the Akron native has become, James still maintains the values and respect that make him the ultimate role model in sports today. Throughout his career, the reigning Finals MVP has always been mindful of the locker room attendant staff.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 11, 2016
The 31-year-old has become a true ambassador for the game of basketball and the face of the NBA.
Bravo Mr. James!