LeBron James Watches Old High School Tapes From 2002 Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

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LeBron James has been re-watching his old high school tapes from 2002 in order to pass time during the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak in the United States.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The entire NBA industry has been brought to a standstill due to the Coronavirus pandemic, which is on the rise in the United States of America. The likes of Giannis Antetokounmpo, LeBron James and other NBA stars are using this break to spend more time with their loved ones. LeBron James has been keeping himself busy by re-watching old videos of himself from his high school days on Youtube.

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NBA Coronavirus

How has NBA season fared so far in 2020?

LeBron James' Lakers side were at the top of the Western Conference standings before the NBA was suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak. LeBron James has been rumoured to be the top contender to bag the NBA MVP award this season due to his impressive performances with the Lakers. Until the NBA resumes, LeBron James will have to stay content with watching himself destroy teams during his high school days. NBA fans can go check out the LeBron James vs Carmelo Anthony clash from 2002 on YouTube.

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LeBron James re-watches old high school tapes from 2002 amid Coronavirus outbreak

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As of March 18, seven NBA players have tested positive for Coronavirus. Two players are from Utah Jazz while one player is from Detroit Pistons. NBA players with Coronavirus: Rudy Gobert, Donovan Mitchell and Christian Wood. On Wednesday, four Nets players including Kevin Durant tested positive for COVID-19 as confirmed by their official Twitter page.

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