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LeBron James sold a script to NBC based on the life of Ben Simmons

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LeBron James sold a script to NBC based on the life of Ben Simmons

Lebron out here hustling..preparing for life after Basketball...I called this last year, dude is a businessman that's was the main reason going to LA.

LeBron James' SpringHill Entertainment has sold a script to NBC based on the life of Ben Simmons.

Brotherly Love is inspired by the life of Ben Simmons and centers on a unique sibling relationship within a multi-ethnic family.

Former Fresh Off the Boat co-executive producer Kourtney Kang is co-executive producer.


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So, Lebron couldn’t have made these moves in Philly?

He's been Training with Ben, Playing pickup games in the Summer with Ben and generally mentoring him since he was drafted

Why not just sign in Philly Bron? I get all the other factors involving his family and Brand but basketball wise, this was an absolute no brainer but He made his choice, I respect him for it but man what if?

Also, he’s either recruiting him to come join in 4 years or helping Ben Simmons lift his profile nationally/globally

Rich Paul and Lebron could be setting Ben up as the heir apparent, free agents like Klay Thompson could seriously see Philly and the Simmons/Embiid combo as a perfect move next year...

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Reason he said no to

Reason he said no to Philly..HOLLYWOOD. You see all the shows he's producing lately:

  • The Shop (HBO)
  • Survior's Remorse (Starz)
  • The Wall (NBC)
  • Best Shot (YouTube)
  • Warriors of Liberty (starz)
  • Student Athlete (HBO)
  • Do or Dare (Facebook)

And his website shentertainment.com/index.html he has seven more shows in Development..How in the hell was he going to do Hollywood stuff in Philly? Laker move wasn't about winning championships, it was about life after Basketball.

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