LeBron James Reach Massive Milestone On Social Media
Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is the biggest name on social media. We keep reading about him and his accomplishments on and off the basketball court. LeBron is the greatest basketball player of all time and this makes him more popular than his rivals. I mean, his supporters don’t miss a beat. The same goes to guys like Skip Bayless. He follows every move LeBron makes and adds a great chunk to his popularity. Bayless’ criticism gave LeBron an even greater number of followers.
LeBron James has hit 100 million followers on Instagram.— Boardroom (@boardroom) October 8, 2021
For context, that’s over 10M more followers than the NBA, NFL and MLB …
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LeBron James is a star on social media
This time the king of basketball hit another milestone. LeBron has 100 million followers on Instagram and that’s 19 million more fans than the NBA, NFL, and MLB combined.
LeBron won’t stop here. He sat on the throne at the very same moment he was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers. The team selected him first overall in the 2003 NBA Draft and LeBron became the king of the game. He worked really hard to get here and nothing beats his talent and skills. The man accomplished a lot in his career and still plays elite basketball.
LeBron’s success goes beyond the basketball court. He has great endorsement deals with top companies and his lifelong deal with Nike is the cherry on top. The four-time NBA champion even got his own building in Nike’s headquarters. This is probably the most impressive piece of the puzzle. Let’s not forget Space Jam 2 and the great success it had. Maybe LeBron should do more acting in his post-basketball life. That would be really awesome.
King James won four rings in his long career and he is on his way to snatch No.5. This season he will share the court with Russell Westbrook and they will be teaming up for the win. The team is entering a big season and LeBron will try to take his team to the NBA Finals. He is pretty serious about this one. Of course, he has to stay healthy and avoid injuries. An injury would put an end to these goals.
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Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.