LeBron James will be part of the big project this summer. He may miss the playoffs, but Space Jam 2 will sure be in his main focus. The filming part will begin this summer, and there is one big problem. That’s what ESPN’s Brian Windhorst said. What does Nick Young think about this?
“In all honesty, (LeBron’s) been recruiting players to come and try to be in “Space Jam'” with him this summer, and he hasn’t been able to close some of those deals,” ESPN’s Brian Windhorst said Thursday. “Some of the top guys he wants to come and be with him in the movie … ‘You put me in the movie where you’re the star, I’m gonna be the one you’re dunking on.'”
However, Nick Young would like to be part of it. He tweeted, “I’m ready for space jam 2 sign me up lol.”
Some were worried about LeBron’s role in Team USA. Well, it was all planned up.
“The “Space Jam 2” production schedule was based on the knowledge that, regardless of when the Lakers’ season ended, LeBron would not play for Team USA,” Yahoo Sports report read. “On the other hand, LeBron has not ruled out a return to Team USA for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Japan.
“’Yeah, that’s a possibility,” LeBron said of Tokyo 2020. “It depends on how I feel. I love the Olympics.’”
Joe Vardon made an analysis of LeBron’s future plans. It seems like he was right about every detail in his report.
“The longest offseason of LeBron James’ career is under way,” he reported. “He didn’t even make it to April. It will be late September before he practices again with the Lakers, and he won’t play another game until October. Making his first comments since the Lakers shut him down for the remainder of this season, LeBron told The Athletic he is not going to pretend this is just another summer.”
These analysis are too tiring. I mean, people are so focused on LeBron’s future career, and some of them are crossing the red line. Let’s see what happens this summer.