We’re all quite aware of LeBron James’ greatness on the court. He’s a three-time NBA champion with as many Finals MVP awards. He’s also a four-time league MVP and has been part of the All-Star team since 2005 with no signs of slowing down.
These might already come off as impressive feats for most but James’ reputation as an off-court role model actually rivals his long list of sports achievements.
For one, the King doesn’t shy away from using his influence to voice out his concerns on social media even if it means speaking out against the likes of US President Donald Trump.
James also created a foundation that has pledged to grant over 1,000 kids full scholarships
to the University of Akron, something that could easily cost him a whopping $41 million.
Now, the 32-year-old NBA superstar is looking to extend his off-court legacy with Best Shot, an eight-episode documentary series that will exclusively premiere on YouTube Red in 2018.
James will be an executive producer for this project as he teams up with former player-turned-analyst Jay Williams and feature film director Michael John Warren. Together, they will present a motivational show about how a group of students take on the daily challenges in their lives through learning invaluable lessons during their basketball training camp.
Check out the teaser trailer below: