Skip to main content

LeBron James hilariously suggests what his marriage life is like

The King could be in trouble with his Queen for sharing this video on Twitter
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James talks to his wife Savannah Brinson

LeBron and Savannah James

There is no doubt that Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James is one of the greatest basketball players in history. Not only is he masterful on offense, but James has also shown that he can play defense at a high level. It seems that his defensive skills also apply to his marriage life with Savannah James.

Husband-wife banter

It is not the first time LeBron James amusingly expressed his love for his wife on social media.

Earlier this year, the four-time MVP took to Instagram to poke fun at Savannah James by sharing a video of her reaction to his supposed nonchalance about their upcoming renewal of wedding vows. Of course, it is highly likely that Savannah James signed off on her husband posting the video on his Instagram story.

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles

The couple has been together since high school, married in 2013, and blessed with three children.

Family man

While LeBron James is recognized as one of the most influential players in the Association, he has also become highly regarded for being a family man.

He is a dedicated husband to Savannah James and father to their three kids. Amidst his busy schedule, the future Hall of Famer has regularly found the time to be with his loved ones.

In fact, he has often been seen attending his sons' basketball games. Earlier this year, he even expressed his excitement on Twitter while watching them share the court.

With his eldest son, Bronny, being eligible to enter the league as early as 2024, many fans are intrigued about the prospect of seeing the father-and-son tandem play on the same court.

Isiah Thomas & Karl Malone

Isiah Thomas opens up about a surprising phone call he received from Karl Malone - "He almost started crying on the phone"

Isiah Thomas shares what happened when he got a surprising call from Karl Malone, who wanted to apologize for an incident that happened 30 years ago between the two legends

New Orleans Pelicans forward Zion Williamson

"Then what happens? They’re gonna consider him a bust" — Vince Carter gave Zion Williamson helpful advice

Like Zion, Carter was also branded as primarily a dunker when he entered the league and everybody expected him to throw it down all the time.

Stone Cold Steve Austin celebrates with beer during WrestleMania in 2022 and LeBron James with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2009

"I've forgotten so many things but I remember that vividly" — Steve Austin on LeBron James taking photos of him via flip phone

Stone Cold didn't need to check his social media or the internet as he vividly remembers the King's support.

Michael Jordan in 2022 at the NBA 75th Anniversary Team induction ceremony

“You're a loser! You've always been a loser!” - how Michael Jordan trash-talked his teammate into retirement

When MJ said he doesn't care, he really meant it - even if his teammate once retired because of his cruel trash talk.

Kerry Kittles in 2021 at a Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame press conference.

"Mostly they’re talking about scoring and scoring" — Kerry Kittles on today's NBA

Kerry Kittles doesn't like the lack of defense in today's game but admittedly would've loved to play in this era.

Former Kansas Jayhawks player Scot Pollard

“It’s a common expression here” - Scot Pollard revealed the code the Sacramento Kings used for too much dribbling

As it turned out, every single player on "The Greatest Show on the Court" Kings was about team basketball.