LeBron James Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, National Basketball Association (NBA), Net Worth

LeBron James

LeBron James Biography

LeBron James is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). James has won four NBA championships, four NBA MVP awards, four NBA Finals MVP awards, three All-Star MVP awards, and two Olympic gold medals.

James has scored the most points in the playoffs, the most career points (playoffs and regular seasons combined), and the second most regular seasons points, and has the seventh most career assists. He has been selected an NBA All-Star 18 times, to the All-NBA Team a record 18 times, and to the NBA All-Defensive First Team five times.

LeBron James Age

James was born on 30th December, 1984, Akron, Ohio, U.S.

LeBron James Height

He stand at a height of 6 feet and inches tall.

LeBron James Weight

James weighs 250 pounds (113 kg)

LeBron James Education

James attended St. Vincent–St. Mary High School, a private Catholic school with predominantly white students.

LeBron James Nationality

James is of American Nationality.

LeBron James Ethnicity

His ethnicity is African-American.

Lebron James Family

James growing up life was often a struggle for the family, as they moved from apartment to apartment in the seedier neighborhoods of Akron while Gloria struggled to find steady work. Realizing that her son would be better off in a more stable family environment, Gloria allowed him to move in with the family of Frank Walker, a local youth football coach who introduced James to basketball when he was nine years old.

LeBron James Parents

James was born to Gloria Marie James, who was 16 at the time of his birth. : 22  His father, Anthony McClelland, has an extensive criminal record and was not involved in his life.

Gloria lived with her mother, Freda James, her grandmother, and two brothers. After the death of her grandmother and mother, she had to fend for herself, her son, and her brothers all by herself.

McClelland was not there for LeBron or his mother in their time of need. They had to move from one apartment to the other because Gloria struggled to get a stable job.

However, the absence of Anthony fueled James’ motivation to work harder and follow his dreams passionately

LeBron James Siblings

He is raised and trained solely by his mother, Gloria James. LeBron is the only child of his mother. But according to some sources, he also has a step brother named Anthony McClelland.

LeBron James Wife

LeBron James and his wife Savannah have been together since they were in high school. As LeBron James’ NBA career has skyrocketed through the years, the basketball legend known by fans as King James has made it abundantly clear that he’d be “absolutely nothing” without his queen in his corner.

LeBron James Children

LeBron James and his wife Savannah have three children together: LeBron “Bronny” James Jr., 18, Bryce Maximus, 15, and Zhuri Nova, 8. Both Bronny and Bryce were born before the couple’s wedding in 2013, and Zhuri arrived a little over a year after the big day.

It’s clear from their social media accounts that both Bronny and Bryce have plans to follow in their father’s footsteps on the basketball court. In February 2022, LeBron told The Athletic that he plans to spend his final year in the NBA on the court with his oldest son. He said, “My last year will be played with my son. Wherever Bronny is at, that’s where I’ll be.”

LeBron echoed those sentiments in a 2022 Sports Illustrated feature, saying, “I put it in the air because I like to talk to the basketball gods out there and see if things can come to fruition. I’ve always set out goals in my career, talked to the basketball gods, and they’ve listened to all of them. Hopefully, they can listen to this last one, too.” Bronny and Bryce also joined their father on the issue’s cover with the tagline “Chosen Sons.” (LeBron’s iconic Sports Illustrated cover in 2002 famously proclaimed him as “The Chosen One.”)

The NBA great has shared how much he loves his kids, telling Access Hollywood in 2021, “My daughter is the greatest thing in my life, along with my boys. So, whenever she smiles, it don’t matter what I’m doing, it makes me happy.” Although he has been open about the emotional toll of being away from his wife and kids when he is on the road for the NBA, telling USA Today, “I miss the hell out of my family. My wife, my kids, my mother. And so on and so on. It’s a huge challenge.”

LeBron James Son: LeBron “Bronny” James Jr., 18

LeBron and Savannah’s first son, LeBron “Bronny” James Jr., was born on Oct. 6, 2004. Bronny began playing basketball as a child and could play in the NBA as early as the 2024-2025 season.

The Los Angles Lakers star is openly affectionate with all his children on social media, and in 2020 he celebrated Bronny’s milestone 16th birthday by posting a photo on Instagram of himself holding an infant Bronny on his chest. He captioned the photo, “Happy 16th kid!!!!! 1 of a kind and I’ve loved every second of your existence so far in your young promising life! You’re SPECIAL kid(always know that)!”

Bronny has had a lot of success of his own. In 2019, he led his high school, Sierra Canyon School, to a win against his dad’s alma mater, St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, in a spirited game played in LeBron’s hometown of Akron, Ohio. In July 2021, he made it to the cover of Sports Illustrated at the age of 16  six months younger than his dad was for his own cover in 2002.

In October 2022, Bronny turned 18 years old, and his dad marked the milestone with a touching Instagram tribute. Alongside some throwback photos of Bronny as a toddler, LeBron wrote in part, “How is this kid 18 years old today y’all!!??!! I can’t deal with it. I’m so proud of the young man you’ve become kid!”

A few days after turning 18, Bronny signed an endorsement deal with Nike, which LeBron celebrated on Instagram by sharing a side-by-side photo and video of him and his son on the basketball court. The proud dad, who has been a Nike athlete since the start of his pro career, wrote in the Instagram caption, “The Legacy Continues On!! Congrats Young King!!”

LeBron James Son: Bryce Maximus James, 15

LeBron James son, Bryce Maximus James joined the family on June 14, 2007 — right in the middle of the 2007 NBA Finals. At the time of Bryce’s birth, LeBron and the Cleveland Cavaliers were trying to make a comeback against the San Antonio Spurs. A representative for LeBron and Savannah told PEOPLE, “LeBron and Savannah are overjoyed with the birth of their son and are looking forward to bringing him home to his big brother, LeBron Jr.”

LeBron celebrated Bryce’s 10th birthday in a big way in 2017 when he shared a video on Instagram of himself singing “Happy Birthday” to his son. He captioned the video, “Happy Bday Bryce Maximus!! Can’t believe you’re 10 years old man. Time is serious flying. Love you Young  and u make me proud to be your father every single day!! #ZhuriLikeThatsMyCakeToo .”

Bryce graduated from middle school in 2021. Just like his father and older brother before him, Bryce plays basketball, sometimes sharing photos from his school games on his Instagram account. In August 2022, he received his first Division I scholarship offer from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to play basketball.

LeBron James Daughter: Zhuri Nova James, 8

LeBron and his wife Savannah  welcomed their third child, daughter Zhuri Nova James, on Oct. 22, 2014.

The little girl already has an eye for fashion. When she was just 5 years old, Zhuri helped launch Janie and Jack x Harlem’s Fashion Row clothing collection in 2020. Zhuri told PEOPLE about hosting the event, “I’m most excited about the fashion and talking to the designers.” She also noted that she “practiced with” her mom ahead of the big day.

LeBron loves to give Zhuri big gifts, and in October 2020 he showed off the new playhouse he bought ahead of her birthday, which was modeled off their family home. He shared a video on Instagram, captioning it, “Early bday gift my princess!!!!! Love you baby Z.”

In July 2021, Zhuri joined her parents for the premiere of her father’s movie Space Jam: A New Legacy. The three were all smiles on the purple carpet before the event.

In October 2022, LeBron celebrated his daughter’s 8th birthday with a sweet tribute on Instagram. His carousel post included a photo of the father-daughter duo posing in matching beige overalls and a photo of one of the proud dad’s tattoos, which depicts Zhuri as a baby. “Happy Birthday my beautiful Princess  of the Kingdom @allthingszhuri!! Daddy’s Lil Girl !!,” he wrote in the caption. “I love you, love you love you love you love you!! To infinity and beyond!”

LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers

James was selected by his hometown team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, as the first overall pick of the 2003 NBA draft. In his first regular season game, he scored 25 points against the Sacramento Kings, setting an NBA record for most points scored by a prep-to-pro player in his debut performance. At the conclusion of the 2003–04 season.

He became the first Cavalier to receive the NBA Rookie of the Year Award. With final averages of 20.9 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 5.9 assists per game, he also became the third player in league history to average at least 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists per game as a rookie. Cleveland ultimately finished the season 35–47, failing to make the playoffs despite an 18-game improvement over the previous year.

LeBron James Miami Heat

James became an unrestricted free agent at 12:01 am EDT on July 1, 2010. During this time, he was contacted by several teams, including the Bulls, Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets, and Cavaliers. On July 8, he announced on a live ESPN special titled The Decision that he would sign with the Heat.

LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers

James opted out of his contract with the Cavaliers and became an unrestricted free agent on June 2018. On July 1, his management company, Klutch Sports, announced that he would sign with the Los Angeles Lakers; the deal was officially completed on July 9. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, James’s agent Rich Paul explained: “In 2010, when he went to Miami, it was about championships.

In 2014, when he went back to Cleveland, it was about delivering on a promise. In 2018, it was just about doing what he wants to do.” Reaction to the move was more positive than his original departure from the Cavaliers, albeit still mixed, as some onlookers felt that Los Angeles was not his optimal destination.

James re-signed with the Los Angeles Lakers on a two-year on 18th August 2022, $97.1M deal. The contract extension made James the highest-paid athlete in NBA history at $528.9M, surpassing Kevin Durant in all-time earnings. On October 20, James made his 2,144th three-pointer in a game against the Los Angeles Clippers, surpassing Paul Pierce for tenth in total NBA career three-pointers made. On October 28, James posted 28 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, and 4 steals in an 111–102 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. He recorded his 1,135th career 20-point game, passing Karl Malone for the most such games in NBA history.

LeBron James Endorsements

James has a long list of company endorsements, including AT&T, Crypto.com, GMC, Pepsi, Rimowa and Walmart, according to Sportico. In 2015 he signed a lifetime endorsement contract with Nike, with which James had signed a $90 million contract just before graduating high school.

James’ lifetime agreement with Nike is his most lucrative deal and represents roughly 40% of his off-court earnings. Other major sponsors include AT&T, Beats, GMC and PepsiCo. Roger Federer is the only other athlete on the planet who can match King James on endorsement earnings.

He makes a ~5% royalty on all Jordan Brand sales and now brings in more than $150 million annually from his Nike deal alone — that’s nearly 2x the $90 million Michael Jordan made throughout his entire 15-season NBA career. But LeBron is probably second when it comes to monetizing his name, image, and likeness.

Lebron James Retire

LeBron James won’t retire before playing with Bronny and/or Bryce. Ever since 2003, LeBron James has been a constant symbol of continued excellence. Ever since his rookie year, the King has always managed to impress the crowd, and he hasn’t stopped

Lebron James Position

LeBron James has most commonly been deployed as a small forward. Out of his 19 seasons, he’s been classified as an SF 13 times. If you ask a random NBA fan what The King’s position on the court is, they’ll more than likely say that he’s a small forward.

LeBron James Salary

LeBron projected salary for 2022/23 is USD 44, 474, 988. 2023/24 salary is USD 46, 698, 737 and for 2024/25 is USD 50, 434, 636.

He’s making 8 percent more than in 2021/22.
He’s the 4th best-paid NBA player this year.
He is projected to be the 5th best-paid NBA player next year.
He’s the highest-paid forward this year.
He is projected to be the 2nd best-paid forward next year.
He’s the 2nd best-paid player of the Los Angeles Lakers this year.
He is projected to be the highest-paid player of the Los Angeles Lakers next year.
His agent is Rich Paul of Klutch Sports Management.

LeBron James Net Worth

James net worth is estimated to be USD 1 Billion. After another monster year of earnings, totaling $121.2 million before taxes and agents’ fees over the last 12 months, Forbes estimates that James has officially become a billionaire while still playing hoops.

The 37-year-old superstar has a net worth of $1 billion, by Forbes’ count. James, who missed the playoffs this year for just the fourth time in 19 seasons, is the first active NBA player to make the billionaires list. (Michael Jordan, the only other basketball billionaire, didn’t hit ten figures until 2014, more than a decade after he retired, thanks to a well-timed investment in the Charlotte Hornets basketball team.)

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