LeBron James' Agent Reveals Why He Left Cleveland For LA

Ross Houston
July 14, 2018

Variety is reporting that LeBron James is in talks to star in an untitled comedy movie that was recently sold to Paramount Players. "At first when we had the original piece, there was a ton of positivity, but also a ton of like pro-Kobe, anti-LeBron sentiment".

Undeterred, Never painted over the vandalism and tried to modify his message by removing the "of" from "the King of LA", making it less a declaration of James's status in his new digs and more a nod to his nickname.

According to ESPN, Never has plans to do another mural, featuring several members of the Lakers, for Spectrum SportsNet, the network that televises the Lakers.

"I know when to cut my losses", said Never, who did a Bryant mural near Staples Center during Bryant's final season as a Laker in 2016. "Some guy did it and posted video of him doing it and responded to the guy and said 'Pay me". That's because the muralist who created it, Jonas Never, has made a decision to repaint the wall white after the artwork was defaced for the second time in five days. The site of the mural became a battleground, getting vandalized twice in the span of five days, ultimately prompting Never to paint over his design with white paint.

Never has plans to do a Lakers team wall piece for Spectrum SportsNet, the network that televises the Lakers.

National Basketball Association star LeBron James just signed a historic deal with Los Angeles Lakers (that being a 4-year, $154 million contract - one of the biggest in sports history), but he's also working on other ambitions off the court.

No one is going to fill James' shoes, but there will be plenty of opportunities for guys on the Cavaliers roster who had to fall in line on the team's pecking order behind The King.

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