LeBron James reveals which new sport he wants to learn and get a coach for

Brady Akins
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At 36 years old, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has given no hints of wanting to retire from the NBA. However, a new sport has recently caught the eye of the King.

As of today, James is publicly on the search for a golf coach, as well as the chance to play with Romeo Travis, a professional basketball player for Limoges CSP in France.

James does not have quite the decorated background on the links that he does in the NBA.

However, he is a former multi-sport star dating back to his high school days. In addition to being a basketball prodigy, James also spent some time playing wide receiver for St. Vincent-St. Mary High School.

James was even good enough at football to attract attention from college recruiters. Of course, James chose to pursue the sport of basketball, and the rest is history.

But for now, it would appear that James is looking to add the sport of golf to his resume. Once he can find the proper coaching, that is. Until then, James will be focusing primarily on his present with the Lakers and hoping to return to the NBA Finals for the 2021-22 season.

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Brady is a native of Eugene, Ore., who has been writing about men’s and women’s basketball at the college level at Oregon State University since 2019. Growing up as a fan of the Kobe Bryant Lakers of the 2010s, he has kept an eye on Los Angeles Lakers basketball for years and is looking forward to getting the chance to cover them for Lakers Daily.