LeBron James Launches Webseries to Teach Moral Lessons to Kids

LeBron James, the basketball star otherwise known as “King James,” is looking to expand his talents into new territory. He’s launching “The LeBrons,” a web-only animated series to teach youth about making good moral decisions. The show will feature four versions of LeBron — Kid, Athlete, Business, and Wise — and will focus on lessons like the importance of respect, school, and settling conflicts without violence.

The 10-part series will be available on the youtube channel youtube.com/thelebrons.

So what do you think: Will the show be able to make a difference for the kids who watch it? Are your kids fans of LeBron James, and will they tune in?

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  1. by Ahnna

    On April 5, 2011 at 10:23 pm

    How in the hell can LeBron James teach morals when he has a baby momma and 2 children out of wedlock??? WTF???

  2. by picot

    On April 9, 2011 at 3:42 am

    @Ahnna, it really doesn’t matter how many baby mama’s he has, he’s in the public eye but I’m pretty sure kids aren’t all up in his personal agenda. hes promoting a positive message to kids and I’m all for it.

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