• Should LeBron Try To Save The NBA's Players Union?

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Aug 12, 2013
    But I think we all can agree there's been a lot of transition in our union in the last couple of years. "I just the think the union is going backwards and it's not in a good place right now," James said last week. [...] If elected, James would be the most high-profile star to lead the union since Patrick Ewing held the role more than 15 years ago. It would be a self-abnegating move that is very much in keeping with LeBron's unselfish play and familial approach to his entourage, but it would also be a huge commitment for the best player on Earth. In his perfect world, a team could pay him a lot more than the $19 million he'll make in 2013-14, because there would be no artificial limit on what he's worth.
    Source: deadspin.com
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      After talking with advisors and fellow players, LeBron James has decided not to run for president of the National Basketball Players' Association, sources told ESPN.com.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • LeBron James confirms that he’s considering a run for president of the players’ union

      The National Basketball Players Association is pretty obviously in a transitional period right now. After the labor losses of the 2011 lockout and the removal of longtime executive director Billy Hunter, the union has yet to settle on a replacement and …
      Source: yahoo.com

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