LeBron James – Apple Music Carpool Karaoke Music Carpool is a web series or rather a spinoff of The Late Late Late Late Show with James Corden. The show has just released on YouTube a teaser of the next unmissable episode. After actors and comedians, James Corden sings with an NBA star, LeBron James.
Carpool Karaoke’s LeBron James hit Apple Music on October 31
First, the two Jameses stage two Hollywood policemen, and then they go by car to sing Usher’s “Yeah”! and the Flashdance theme of Michael Sembello,”Maniac.” Their singing styles are, let’s say, different from what we can hear, but it’s enough to make us browse around how LeBron keeps pace with Corden throughout the race. The episode of Carpool Karaoke’s LeBron James hit Apple Music on October 31.
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LeBron is also as playmaker
In the training session that preceded the match against Chicago Bulls, coach Lue asked LeBron James to start as a playmaker. So, the King satisfied him in the best possible way, putting 34 points and 13 assists to a result. Akron’s native seemed at ease despite the sudden change of position and explained to journalists, at the end of his Cleveland Cavaliers’ 119-112 Bulls victory, that he has memorized every game for every position on the field since he was small.
“I wanted to learn every unique position on the ground, all at once”
“Since I was a child, I’ve always wanted to learn every single position on the ground,” LeBron said. “When I played basketball, for some strange reason, I wanted to learn every unique position on the ground, all at once. Playmaker, guard, small wing, big wing or center wing. I know all the games and readings of each role. It doesn’t matter if the coach asks me to start play or puts me in the center. Because I know each set and this makes it much easier for my teammates to work and me because I know where I should be and where they should be.”
It’s not the first time LeBron James has played a role other than his own. It can be said he played in any position on the ground (except for the center) during his 15 years of NBA career, when he was younger, in his first parenthesis at Cavs.