LeBron James is an American professional basketball player. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, family life, achievements and other fun facts.
- Nick Name: King James
- Birthday: December 30, 1984
- Nationality: American
- Born In: Akron, Ohio
- Age: 36 Years
- Sun Sign: Capricorn
- Height: 6’8″ (203 cm), 6’8″ Males
- Also Known As: LeBron Raymone James
- Famous As: NBA Star
- Father: Anthony McClelland
- Mother: Gloria Marie James
- Spouse/Ex-: Savannah Brinson (M. 2013)
- Children: LeBron James Jr., Zhuri James, Bryce Maximus James
- LeBron James got married to Savannah Brinson, his high school sweetheart. They have three chidren; including two sons: LeBron James, Jr. (2004) and Bryce Maximus James (2007), and a daughter Zhuri James (2014).
- A philanthropist, he is an active supporter of the Children’s Defense Fund, Boys & Girls Club of America, and ONEXONE. LeBron James has also established his own charity foundation named the LeBron James Family Foundation.
Lebron James is an American pro basketball player. Although he had a difficult childhood, showed tremendous talent early in his life. As a freshman at St. Vincent-St. Mary’s High School, James was pivotal in leading his school’s team to two consecutive Division III State championships. He started attracting national attention for his basketball skills and was also good at football in which he garnered All-state honors. He was also taken as the top overall pick in the NBA draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. He later became the youngest person in the history of the NBA to score 40 points in a game and also became the youngest person to win the Rookie of the Year award. He was globally praised for his versatility, since he was used as a shooting guard, point guard, and small forward. His no-look passes and highlight-reel dunks thrilled his fans. In his third season, James led the Cavaliers to the playoffs. In his fifth season, James nearly single-handedly led the Cavaliers to the NBA Finals, only to be swept in 4 games by the San Antonio Spurs.