A museum dedicated to LeBron James will open in Akron, Ohio, this month, according to his foundation. The museum, called LeBron James’ Home Court, will provide a self-guided tour showcasing his life and featuring never-before-seen items from his journey in basketball, the Olympics, business, and philanthropy. It will start with a recreation of James’ childhood apartment and take visitors through significant milestones such as the 2003 NBA Draft, his championship wins with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat, and Los Angeles Lakers, as well as his gold-medal Olympic victories. James expressed his excitement about having a place in his hometown to share his journey with fans worldwide. The museum will open on November 25 at House Three Thirty, a community facility established by James’ foundation. All proceeds from ticket sales will be reinvested into the community. At 38 years old, James is currently in his 21st NBA season and holds the record for the league’s all-time scoring leader.
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