LeBron James’ relationship with his daughter Zhuri has always been a heart-melting relationship. Over the years, we have seen a number of wonderful video clips of the relationship growing.
Sportscenter recently shared a return clip of LeBron James during his days with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The clip shows LBJ engaging with his daughter, who was in the stands in a conversation during a timeout.
” Hi Mom ! Do you want some candy?
LeBron James is then seen asking a man on the Cavaliers bench for candy. The man handed over some of it and King James is seen passing it on to a 3-year-old Zhuri.
It’s a wonderful case of “show me who’s also a dad and star player in a game and I’ll show you LeBron James”. His father-daughter relationship with Zhuri developed over time into something made for the movies. From gifting her a gambling den, which was an exact replica of the family home, to training with her in the gym, we have seen many moments of their beautiful bond captured on video.
The game was a Thursday night game against the Chicago Bulls at Quicken Loans Arena. It ended with the Cavaliers winning by a 3 point margin. It was the Cavs’ 33rd game of the season and their 24th victory. They have only lost 8 games so far.
Flashback: LeBron James and Cleveland Cavaliers triumph over Chicago Bulls as 3-year-old Zhuri James watches
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers had a great streak in the 2017-18 season. They finished with a 50-32 record, placing 4th in the NBA Eastern Conference. They became Central Division and Eastern Conference champions, but lost the NBA Finals to the Golden State Warriors in one fell swoop.
One of the highlights of their season was the game against the Chicago Bulls. The Cavaliers only took the win by a 3 point margin as Zhuri watched, cheering on dad from the sidelines. The 17-time all-star has led the team in points, baskets, free throws, assists and steals.
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LeBron James had 34 points, 6 rebounds, completing 9 assists and 3 steals in 39 minutes of playing time. He recorded 12 of 23 attempts from the field and 2 of 5 attempts from beyond the arc. Although he returned the ball 4 times, he made all 8 free throws attempted.