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LeBron James message to Zion Williamson: "I have a lot of advice, it's not hard to find me.


Zion Williamson is the most talked about college player in over a decade. The 6’7”, 280 pounds forward from Duke is on the bucket list for many NBA teams this summer and it will definitely be interesting to see which team will be in the position to draft him.

Often compared to a couple of currents and former NBA superstars like Charles Barkley, Larry Johnson or even LeBron James, Zion will probably be the next first pick in the upcoming draft. Because of his size and style of play, NBA experts believe there is a lot of room for improvement in Zion’s game in order for him to be equally successful in the NBA as he is in NCAA.

During the press conference yesterday, LeBron was answering a serious of questions from reporters and one of them was related to the help he can give out to Zion if he chooses to reach out to LeBron. LeBron is known for organizing pick-up games during the summer which feature some of the best players in the league going head to head against each other. Ben Simmons is one of the younger stars in the league who worked out with LeBron for the past summer and Zion has the chance to do the same.

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LeBron said he is not a hard person to find if Zion decides he could use a helping hand in adjusting to the NBA and taking his game to another level with the help of LeBron’s advice.

Yeah, I got a lot of advice and it’s not hard to find me if he wants to get them.

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