LeBron James of the LA Lakers is one of the all-time great basketball players as well as one of the finest sportsmen the country has ever seen. James can play wide receiver in football in high school. Thus his height and weight translate to all sports. Recently, James tweeted that he will be traveling to Seattle this past Saturday in order to take part in TheCrawsOver Pro-Am, which is more significant news. In addition to All-Players Jayson Tatum and Dejounte Murray, the Pro-Am included up-and-coming stars Paolo Banchero, the first overall pick, and Chet Holmgren, the second overall choice, from this year\’s draft.
The news first shocked the basketball community. But it quickly spread to the football community. The Seattle Seahawks used the occasion to reflect on an earlier tweet from their head coach, Pete Carroll. This gave Seattle the opportunity to increase their offer in the hopes of luring the four-time NBA champion to the city to compete for a championship in a different sport.
Even James could step in and make a difference for the Seahawks, given their current string of difficulties. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, LeBron James already became quite wealthy thanks to the Lakers. And the idea of a 37-year-old LeBron entering the NFL is really a chute dream. Despite this, a lot of sports fans have pondered over the years how the previous four-star tight end prospect and the elite athlete would appear in an NFL jersey.
Chet Holmgren Injured While Defending Against LeBron James!
During a pro-am basketball game on Saturday, August 20, 2022, Chet Holmgren suffered a devastating injury. The CrawsOver game was abandoned in the second quarter due to condensation on the court. Chet Holmgren was injured in the first few seconds of the game, and he didn\’t even last that long.
Holmgren guarded LeBron James in transition as he was backpedaling. He emerged from the play at the basket, limping. The extent of the injuries is still unknown. In the Class of 2021, the top recruit was Holmgren. He is a native of Minneapolis who excelled at Minnehaha Academy as a student. He will make his NBA debut at the Oklahoma City Thunder\’s match against the Minnesota Timberwolves on October 19 at Target Center.