Oy Vey! LeBron James Wants To Become Jewish?

Just because you admire someone for their work, does that mean you’re willing to adopt their religion as your own? Some might believe that could be the case with LeBron James.

LeBron James

CLEVELAND.COM’s STARTING BLOCKS notes that for Time magazine’s list of the world’s 100 most influential people, the magazine asked the Cavaliers star which person he would like to see added to the list. And of all the men & women he could think of, LeBron answered Jay L. Schottenstein.


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