LeBron James’ Surprising Snack Choice At Summer League Goes Viral

LeBron James’ Surprising Snack Choice At Summer League Goes Viral

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James is a billionaire. Most rightfully attribute that financial status to his business shrewdness.

The 37-year-old has an incredible investment portfolio and has been at the center of countless successful ventures.

That said, James is also notoriously frugal. His unique tipping practices and means of money-saving have been a hot topic of conversation for many years now. Dwyane Wade literally called him the cheapest player in the NBA at one point.

This week eagle-eyed fans couldn’t help but notice the snack that James brought to summer league. It really reinforced some notions in regards to how he does things.

The visual largely speaks for itself:

Understandably, with the way social media is these days, reactions to James’ choice poured in right away:

Snacks aside, this is going to be a big offseason for James and the Lakers. All parties involved are currently neck deep in trying to get a trade done for disgruntled Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving.

A general framework for a prospective deal has emerged over the past week, but there are some hold-ups. Namely, two players are serving as roadblocks.

The San Antonio Spurs could help expedite things, though it’s unclear if they will at this juncture.

James badly wants Irving, clearly. The two are even staging secret meetings together. But this is outside of his control.

For now, the big news about James nowadays is what he is eating as a snack. If L.A. can acquire Irving, though – all conversations will turn into ones about whether the Lakers can contend for a title in 2022-23.

Stay tuned. It promises to be an exciting next few weeks in purple and gold land.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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