LeBron James turn your head when you come Los Angeles Lakers‘ game against San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday wearing what appears to be a special edition Liverpool jersey, designed in collaboration with Premier League club.
A LeBron x Liverpool line revealed for the first time in early 2020. On the same day Liverpool officially announced a major new kit deal with Nike, James posted on Instagram an image of the Liverpool badge embroidered in red on the left side and an attractive blank (he tagged Nike) where another logo can be placed.
James’ business partner, Maverick Carter, appeared in the comments to say: “x Reds coming soon.”
More recently, several leaked images have been circulating on social media of the custom jersey, which is expected to be officially revealed as part of the full LeBron x Liverpool collection. enough next month.
The shirt was worn when LeBron went to Crypto.com Arena for Lakers 113-104 winIt is predominantly black with small red stripes and carries both the Liverpool club crest as well as LeBron’s own trademark “King James” logo displayed on the midline.
The wide vertical stripes also feature a subtle repeating pattern of the letters “YNWA” – shorthand for the famous Liverpool club song and slogan, “You’ll Never Walk Alone” – and ” SFG”, representing James’ personal mantra: “Strive for greatness.”
Basketball superstar — the person from last week Became the first player ever to have a 40-point game against all 30 NBA teams and is quickly approaching the NBA score record of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar — was also spotted wearing a brand new pair of teal blue Nike Air Max 1 sneakers. These are also likely to feature in his upcoming LFC line, as the vibrant colors are often used by the Merseyside team in their own kits and kits.
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LeBron has made his name on a number of Liverpool-inspired sneakers in recent months. The latest is the all-red LeBron 20 basketball shoes released this week, which also feature an embroidered LFC badge on the heel.
James has been a minority shareholder of the Reds since 2011, when he bought a 2% stake in the club.
Since then, he has been spotted at a number of games over the years, including the 2022 Champions League final, where the NBA legend saw Jurgen Klopp’s side lose. Real Madrid at the Parc des Princes in Paris — Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic.