LeBron James reveals one big regret about oldest son

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LeBron James is the greatest basketball player on the planet.

Third and fourth graders are the school's first students (the school will expand every year until it holds grades 1-8), and when they walked in on Monday morning, they had some welcome-to-school gifts waiting for them. It has both a longer school day and a longer school year, there will be over 40 staff members, and students that complete the school's program (which has already been ongoing) will get tuition provided by James at the University of Akron, beginning in 2021.

After signing LeBron James at the start of free agency, Magic Johnson wasn't shy about sharing the story of how he lured The King to Los Angeles.

His legacy includes a massive boost to the area's economy, the Cleveland Cavaliers' first championship title and now James continues to serve as a beacon of hope for Akron's youth with the opening of his public school, I Promise.

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USA basketball star LeBron James says he regrets naming his son LeBron James Jr because of the pressure it places on him to reach the same level of success.

The foyer of the I Promise School features two walls that bookend the main staircase. And with his son now making waves in the high-school basketball scene it seems the NBA star is eager for James jr.to carve his own path.

In a video he released Sunday on his "Uninterrupted" Facebook page, James spoke about the connection he feels to the children of northeast OH, and the pride he feels in opening this school. In a preview for his upcoming HBO show The Shop, James spoke about how much he gets into his kids' games and even admitted to arguing with other parents. I went through the same emotions, the good, the bad, the adversity.

"You look at the Lakers, being able to play for a historic franchise, with so much history".

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