LeBron James wasted little time exploring the other parts of being an NBA player in Los Angeles, dining with the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Al Pacino—and he also reportedly sold a movie to Paramount Players, with himself as the lead. Some think James only came to Los Angeles to expand his growing business empire and does not really care about winning basketball games. Others believe he became a Laker to add to the team's championship legacy. What do you think? 🏀
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