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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

LeBron James "Standing For The National Anthem Is Something I Will Do"

LeBron spoke about Colin Kaepernick's National Anthem protest with the Cleveland media.  He revealed that while he respects Colin's point of view and right to protest, he will be standing for the National Anthem.

LeBron went onto express his concerns about his son's well being when he interacts with police, via Death and Taxes:

“I look at my son, being four years removed from driving his own car…and it’s a scary thought right now to think that if my son gets pulled over…you tell your kids that if you just listen to the police they will be respectful and things will work itself out, and you see these videos that continue to come out and it’s a scary ass situation. If my son calls me and tells me that he got pulled over I’m not that confident that things are going to go well and and my son is going to return home.”

Something tells me LeBron James Jr. will be just fine.