LeBron James Video: Real LeBron Talks About His Cartoon Doppelgangers

Nathaniel UyFeatured ColumnistJanuary 18, 2011

Can't get enough LeBron James?

Well, the man that brought you the television disaster known as "The Decision" is bringing you another LeBron sponsored production, "The LeBrons."

It will be a web-based animated series based on none other than LeBron.

According to the New York Daily News: "James' Spring Hill Productions and Believe Entertainment Group announced Tuesday the launching of a new Web-based animated series drawing on the characters from a popular series of Nike commercials from several years ago, featuring 'The LeBrons.'"

"I'm just really excited about this show 'The LeBrons.'" says James in a video pumping up the release of his new web-based cartoon series.  "It goes back to the four characters who I feel like I am on a day-to-day basis."

The four characters are Kid LeBron, Business LeBron, Athlete LeBron and Wise, an old version of LeBron.

"I think everyone is going to have the opportunity to relate to them," says James. "So stay tuned because they're on their way.

Exactly, how can LeBron's audience related to a cartoon full of characters that are supposed to be just like him?

The Daily News is reporting that the first season will have 10 episodes, running five minutes each and will center on Kid LeBron, living in Akron, Ohio.

Anyone think people in Cleveland will take a pass on watching this show?

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