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Why LeBron James Doesn't Talk About NBA Career With His Kids

Why LeBron James Doesn't Talk About NBA Career With His Kids

Business Insider reports NBA legend LeBron James doesn't talk about his career much with his kids.

James explained his reasoning at Nike's "Own the Game" exhibit in Charlotte, North Carolina.

I don't even really talk about my career in front of my kids... I just try to give them life lessons, life goals, things that they can accomplish on their own.

LeBron James James has 3 kids, LeBron Jr, Bryce, and Zhuri.

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