Apparently, LeBron James doesn't have enough on his plate right now. So he just agreed to donate $1 million to his old high school St. Vincent-St.Mary in Ohio so that they can renovate their gym. But that's not all. In addition to funding the project, LBJ is also going to help design the gym, which will be known as LeBron James Arena once it's finished.
"I'm a hands-on guy," James said yesterday, "and this is going to be more hands-on because it's something that means a lot to me. I'll try to be hands on with [St. Vincent-St. Mary] Coach Dru, with the school, with the floor, the locker rooms, the bleachers…I have a good sense of what stadiums or arenas or schools or gyms should look like."
We don't doubt that. But doesn't LeBron have other things he should be worried about right now? Like planning for the second round of the NBA Playoffs or trying to convince Shane Battier to shave that silly mustache he's growing. Priorities, LeBron, priorities!