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LeBron James will play in Jamal Crawford’s Pro-Am in Seattle

NBA superstar has been made rounds on pro-am this summer for the ‘Friend of the League’.

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There is no stopping down in LeBron James’ offseason training and preparation as he enters his age 38 season with a brand new two-year, $97.1 million contract extension that made him the highest-earning player in NBA history.

James is actually going about things a little differently this offseason because he’s spent the summer competing in several pro-am events across the nation.

Earlier past summer, James participated in the Drew League pro-am for the first time since 2011, scoring 42 points and pulling down 16 rebounds. James hasn’t played in Seattle since the Cavaliers’ visit to the Supersonics in December 2006, but it now seems like he’ll be making a comeback.

James will take part in Jamal Crawford’s CrawsOver pro-am this weekend for the first time in his professional career. Jamal Crawford is a recently retired NBA wing.

James mentions the NBA talent that will be present, which includes the Hawks’ Dejounte Murray, the Magic’s Paolo Banchero, the Thunder’s Chet Holmgren, the Bucks’ MarJon Beauchamp, and the NBA’s seasoned guard Isaiah Thomas.

Even though the NBA training camp is just around the corner, Seattle will be the focus this weekend.

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