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Savannah James describes LeBron as a husband — “He’s a really, really humble guy for everything that he has and everything that he’s done.”

Whatever you think of him on the court, you can't deny LeBron is a true rolemodel off the court.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James talks to his wife Savannah Brinson

LeBron James and Savannah James (formerly Brinson)

LeBron James has been a model basketball player since high school. He’s never been involved in any off-court issues or drama. James won a lot of accolades and awards, and among all those, it seems he has one of the most important ones locked up - husband of the year. 

Savannah James describes LeBron as her husband

Savannah and LeBron were high school sweethearts, and they share three children together: Bronny Jr., Bryce, and Zhuri. Fans see James as a picture of consistency and greatness, but little has been known about how he is a husband and father. The King supports his children, and he’s been taped watching his sons’ games. According to his wife, the L.A. Lakers star is very much the same as a husband with his kingly behavior.

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“He is truly a king to his queen, if you will. He treats me with so much respect — I mean, it’s hard to not love him, with the way that he is with me and the kids and his mom and just everyone who’s around him. He’s a really, really humble guy for everything that he has and everything that he’s done.

Savannah James, Cleveland Magazine

It’s good to know fame and fortune haven’t changed who LeBron is behind the cameras. In the era where NBA players seem to put more importance on how they dress and who they go out with, James remains a gentleman and a true OG when raising his family.

James going for history books with Bronny

James is in the last stage of his professional career, and he wants to go out with a bang. One of the records he is set to break is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s all-time scoring record. Another record he is going for is to become the first father and son to play in the NBA together and possibly on the same team. As Bronny James ponders his future in the NBA, many experts see LeBron pulling all the stops so he can play with his son. If this happens, it will be another feather on the cap of The King.

Many have been said about LeBron’s athletic abilities and longevity, but a lot of credit must go to Savannah James. She’s been there since James was just a high-school prospect. As they say, behind every successful man is a woman. In this case, King James was fortunate enough to find his Queen in Savannah. 

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