LeBron James is one of the greatest names in the history of the NBA. The 37-year-old kicked off his career in 2003 as a teenager with the Cleveland Cavaliers. And now, he is set to play his 20th season in the league. LeBron has proved himself to be the most consistent player, with mammoth scoring each season over the years. While LeBron might not have won his first championship with Cavs, he returned to his home team in 2014 and led them to four consecutive finals between 2014-18. The four-time NBA champ also helped Cleveland end their 52-year-championship drought by winning the franchise’s first and only title in 2016.
James was on an all-time high after winning his third championship ring with his home team. Moreover, the four-time finals MVP brought back the Cavs from a 3-1 deficit in the final series to win the championship against the Golden State Warriors, who had a staggering record of 73-9. LeBron spoiled Steve Kerr and his team’s party with a pivotal contribution in Game 7 to bring the title home.
After his marvelous feat on the court, James brought a life-transforming joy to an Akron’s couple life. He delivered a whooping amount of $1.3m at their home on Christmas. The lucky couple also featured in a game show called the Wall, where LeBron James and Maverick Carter acted as executive producers. The couple named John and Angel won a whooping $1.3m prize money which LeBron James delivered himself by surprising them at their home.
LeBron Drove With $1.3M Cash In Akron
The 18-time All-Star was seen in his fancy van with two huge bags filled with cash. James blew John and Angel’s minds by knocking at their doorstep with the pile of cash with him. The couple was shocked after seeing the four-time NBA champ and noisily expressed their excitement.
However, John informed James that they would not be able to keep that kind of cash at their home safely. LeBron understood the situation and promised to make the necessary arrangements to get the lucky couple their money safely. In addition, it was quite a hilarious moment for the people of Akron and the Cavs fans. Their homeboy was moving around delivering gifts like Santa Clause on Christmas after winning their first NBA ring in 2016.