LeBron James is a basketball savant apart from being one of the most popular and influential athletes on the planet. Over the course of the past 2 decades, James has made a name for himself not only with his game on the court but even his action off it. His motto ‘More than an Athlete’ has given a whole new generation a new reason to pursue sports.
LeBron James is a very successful entrepreneur and an investor. His actions over the course of his career have opened new pathways for the NBA players like never before. With 4 NBA Championships to his name, LeBron James is rightly regarded by many as the greatest basketball player to have played the game.
Akron, Ohio December 30, 1984 (age 35)
2012, 2013, 2016, 2020
Teams he won rings with
Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers, LA Lakers
How many rings does LeBron James have?
LeBron James has won 4 rings in 2012, 2013, 2016, 2020 with 3 different franchises in the NBA.
What teams did LeBron win his championship rings with?
LeBron James won his first 2 rings with Miami Heat as part of the famous big 3 alongside Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh. He then returned to Cleveland Cavaliers and won his 3rd ring, the first in franchise history. In the 2016 Finals, Cavs defeated the Golden State Warriors 4-3, after being down in the series 1-3. In 2018, LeBron decided to join the LA Lakers and only in his second year helped them win their 17th NBA title and his 4th.
Lebron James Rings Pictures
How many rings does LeBron have vs Jordan?
LeBron James has won 4 rings having gone to 10 NBA Final. (4-6), while Michael Jordan won 6 rings in 6 Finals appearances(6-0).
Will LeBron get 6 rings?
LeBron James won his 4th ring with the LA Lakers, after being locked up with 21 other teams in the Orlando Bubble. He has arguably the 2nd best player in the league as his wingman. The Lakers then went on to improve further this offseason by adding the reigning 6th Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell and the runner-up for the same award Dennis Schroeder. Barring any injuries they will likely win again this year and if they just keep this team intact one could very well see them winning another in the next couple of seasons.
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