Space Jam 2 Jerseys And Sneakers REVEALED; NBA Fans Love LeBron James' 'Monstars'

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Popular sports manufacturers Nike have revealed the official jerseys and sneakers that will feature in the much-anticipated Space Jam 2 featuring LeBron James.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Kids born in the late '90s will recall how entertaining Space Jam (motion picture released in 1996 featuring NBA legend Michael Jordan) was back in the day. The second installation in that saga Space Jam 2 is set to be released next year and will feature popular Lakers star LeBron James in a lead role. Ahead of the release, popular sports brand Nike have released the sneakers and jerseys that will feature in the movie and the fans are impressed.

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NBA fans cannot wait for Space Jam 2 to hit the theatres next year. It might be a long wait but the fans have been given something to look forward to as Nike released the stunning kits (featured above) that will feature in the motion picture. Along with that, the sports brand have also released the new LeBron 17's that the Lakers star will wear in the movie. 'The King' won't be the only LA Lakers' star in the film as he's set to be joined by Anthony Davis and other basketball players such as Damian Lillard, Klay Thompson, Chris Paul and Diana Taurasi will make appearances in the film which is scheduled to be released on July 16, 2021.

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