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Watch LeBron James be a typical Dad on his trip to Lexington

(Via Lee Howard, WKYT)

LeBron James wasn’t much different from a typical cheering (and coaching) Dad on the sidelines as he watched his son LeBron Jr. compete at KBA last night in Lexington. Also included in the video, John Calipari and LeBron chatting it up.

If LeBron tackling his son in celebrating at the end doesn’t make you say “Awwwwww,” you are probably a Miami Heat fan.

Article written by Ally Tucker

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6 Comments for Watch LeBron James be a typical Dad on his trip to Lexington

  1. Lee Braun
    6:19 pm July 19, 2014 Permalink

    It is an em effin Bee itch watching foks coach.

    You learn to let it go.

    UNLESS the Meaux Feaux kills the love for the game…..for your son.

    That’s when when the begin ceases.

    And, we/son move on.

  2. Coach Cal
    7:12 pm July 19, 2014 Permalink

    Looks like baby ‘Bron’s team already runs the Dribble Drive. Gonna be nice not having to teach everything to him when he’s a UK freshman.

  3. utteke
    9:49 pm July 19, 2014 Permalink

    Please… A camp is a camp. Players attend many at different schools. Lebron is a huge Ohio State fan. If Matta offers that’s where the kid likely lands…

    • Bleed Blue
      5:49 pm July 20, 2014 Permalink

      Actually he is at an AAU tournament not a camp, but I get your premise. Also though his son is only 9, he still has 9 years to go before he chooses a school and Cal and Matta will be long gone by then. But I would bet money that depending on who is at UK even though it won’t be Cal we will have an amazing chance to grab this kid. Bron loves UK, he liked them before, but loves them now.

    • I Love It
      6:12 pm July 20, 2014 Permalink

      This entire discussion is about as dumb as humanly possible. You all are seriously arguing over where a 9 year old will play college ball?

      He may take up painting when he’s 13 and never touch a ball again. Who knows, he’s a kid, and by the time he goes to college, his dad may possibly be a billionaire. Meaning, I doubt he will have to do much if he doesn’t feel like it – playing college basketball under a microscope, included.

  4. Rap game Johnny Bench
    6:22 pm July 20, 2014 Permalink

    I foresee white lines with lil Wayne in this kids future… Off a trannies kneecap…with the warlock as cameraman. Either that or the National laser tag champ