Various Sources: LeBron James sought out Barack Obama for advice to players – The Athletic admin 11 months ago No Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — After walking out of Wednesday’s players meeting in support of sitting out NBA’s games, LeBron James led a small group of players who turned to perhaps America’s biggest basketball fan for advice. Former President Barack Obama spoke to James, National Basketball Players Association president Chris Paul and a small group of players late Wednesday evening, advising them to play and utilize the opportunity to contextualize action they want in order to play, The Athletic has learned. James, Paul and others wanted to seek the guidance of the 44th President of the United States (2009-2017), and on the call broached forming a committee for player action that they want Obama involved in, sources told The Athletic. The call took place following a contentious players meeting in which Lakers and Clippers players voted to refuse to play the remainder of the season. After lengthy dialogue into Thursday morning, both… Read More Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Who is Robert O’Brien, Trump’s countrywide security adviser decide on? – Aljazeera.com admin 19 September 2019 U.S. Unemployment Falls To 11.1 Percent In June | NBC News NOW – NBC News admin 3 July 2020 Breath! Breathing microbes deliver extra vitality – Phys.Org admin 23 August 2019 Coronavirus update: Infections are rising in children, CDC says – The Washington Post admin 16 August 2020 As Syria’s army improvements into Idlib, a mass exodus is underway – Los Angeles Instances admin 27 December 2019 The Atlantic calls to ‘end the Nobel Peace Prize’ following Trump nominations – Fox News admin 12 September 2020 About The Author admin More from this Author Add Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.