LeBron James On His Upbringing: "I Ain't F*cking With No White People"

Warriors' Draymond Green Tells Lakers' LeBron James On HBO's 'The Shop' He Should 'Believe' And 'Let The World Know' He's Best Player In NBA

Warriors' Draymond Green Tells Lakers' LeBron James On HBO's 'The Shop' He Should 'Believe' And 'Let The World Know' He's Best Player In NBA

In came Draymond Green, who stated that he wants James to start doing this.

Lebron James might be the champion of people of all races, but the athlete admitted it wasn't always so easy to get along with everyone.

In the premiere episode of LeBron's HBO show, The Shop, Green spoke to LeBron about the Lakers star's basketball greatness.

"I think you should say that". "I don't want nothing to do with white people, I don't believe that they want anything to do with (me)", he said. THE PANTRY. we know, but you gotta hear him talk about it.

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Odell Beckham, who was one of the many big names in the shop with LeBron, expressed a similar sentiment a year ago when he brought up the fact that he would've never gotten the same pass as Tom Brady when the Patriots QB was yelling at his offensive coordinator. And it wasn't nothing to do with winning, it wasn't nothing to do with stats.

"Motherf--ers f--ed with Mike because Mike was like, 'I'm Mike with my hoop earring". F**k all y'all, I'm here.' And until he did that, that's when he became the figurehead that he is. Green told LeBron that he wished he would tell the world that he's the best player.

The series, produced in partnership with James and Maverick Carter's Uninterrupted, will feature eight 30-minute episodes which will air periodically throughout the year.

James' first memorable call to action was after the shooting of Trayvon Martin in 2012, an issue that took place in his-then home state of Florida - which emboldened him to speak up and lead a Miami Heat team to wear "I can't breathe" shirts instead of the customary warmup attire.

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