LeBron James built a special camp to accommodate low-income Children

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James, together with his charity foundation, built a camp for 330 low-income children in the city of Akron (Ohio, USA).

“Initially, our work was aimed at helping these children get an education. But we found it impossible to help them learn if they fight for survival – if they are hungry, if they freeze in the winter, if they live in fear for their safety, ” Clutch Points quoted LeBron.

35-year-old James this season scores an average of 25.0 points, 10.6 assists, and 7.9 rebounds per match with 49% accuracy per game. LeBron is considered one of the main contenders for the MVP award.

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