It looks like the upcoming Hollywood blockbuster "Space Jam 2" will finally answer the question of whether NBA star LeBron James can be considered Michael Jordan's main heir. The latest news from the Warner Bros. make it clear that the current king of basketball runs the risk of losing to His Air in terms of personal charm and strong friendships. |
This season was extremely unfortunate for LeBron. He beat Jordan in career points but was unable to secure the playoffs for his new club, the Los Angeles Lakers. As a result, James dropped out of the fight for the NBA title for the first time since 2005 after the regular season.
LeBron used his early playoffs to heal old sores and begin his preparations for filming Space Jam 2. However, now the basketball player was trapped in new trouble. According to the journalists of the sports channel ESPN, James cannot persuade any of the current NBA leaders to star in the film. If the situation does not change in the near future, LeBron will lose another correspondence dispute with Jordan, which ensured the participation in the first "Space Jam" of several basketball stars of the mid-90s at once, including Patrick Ewing, Mugsy Bogz, Larry Johnson and Charles Barkley.
Space Jam 2 will begin work in the coming months so that LeBron James can star in the film before the start of the 2019-2020 NBA regular season.
The Topic of Article: The King Without Retinue.