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LeBron James Honored with Generation Change Award at Kids' Choice Awards 2020!

LeBron James received a huge honor during the 2020 Kids’ Choice Awards: Celebrate Together!

The 35-year-old athlete was honored with 2020 Generation Change Award on Saturday night (May 2). He also won Favorite Male Sports Star.

The awards show this year was held virtually due to the ongoing health pandemic, and benefited the No Kid Hungry charity.

“To win this award, it’s an honor to be awarded the Generation Change Award,” LeBron said via video chat from his home. “It means a lot to myself, to my family, fans, and also to my kids at my school back in Akron, Ohio. Thank you guys so much. Like I said, it’s not about me, it’s about you guys as well. I hope everyone is staying safe during these difficult times. It’s an amazing time we’re spending a lot of time with our families. There’s nothing better than being with your family during difficult times. Stay well, stay blessed, stay safe and stay healthy. We’ll get back to what we know as normal real soon.”

You can check out the full list of Kids’ Choice Awards winners here!

LeBron James Reveals 'Space Jam 2' Title & Logo!

LeBron James has announced some exciting Space Jam news!

The 35-year-old Los Angeles Lakers star is starring in the the sequel to the 1996 movie, which starred Michael Jordan.

LeBron just announced that the movie will be called Space Jam: A New Legacy and it will be hitting theaters everywhere on July 16, 2021.

Also starring in the movie are Don Cheadle and Sonequa Martin-Green, as well as Looney Tunes characters like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and more. Some other basketball players expected to make cameos include Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard, Chris Paul, and Kyle Kuzma.

LeBron revealed the movie’s new logo while wearing a hat for the film. See below!

Watch the cute video of Blue Ivy Carter meeting LeBron last month and being totally starstruck.

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LeBron James Will Not Play if NBA Bans Fans From Attending Games Due To Coronavirus

The NBA is asking teams to come up with contingency plans if Coronavirus spreads to the point where they will have to ban fans from attending games.

One player, LeBron James, is not happy with this situation.

“We play games without the fans? Nah, that’s impossible,” LeBron said. “I ain’t playing if I ain’t got the fans in the crowd. That’s who I play for. I play for my teammates, and I play for the fans. That’s what it’s all about. So if I show up to an arena and there ain’t no fans in there, I ain’t playing. They can do what they want to do.”

Meanwhile, another NBA star was just tested for Coronavirus.

Blue Ivy Carter is Totally Starstruck Meeting LeBron James in Sweet Video!

Blue Ivy Carter had the cutest interaction with LeBron James!

While attending the L.A. Lakers game with dad Jay-Z on Sunday (March 8), the 8-year-old and her dad went on the court to congratulate the 35-year-old NBA player after the game.

At first, a shy Blue Ivy asked Jay to rely a message to LeBron, but Jay made her do it instead.

“I can’t do it,” Jay said to Blue Ivy, in the video shared by ESPN. “If you want it, you gotta tell him…You almost got it out. Yeah, just do it.”

Blue then asked LeBron for an autographed basketball.

“You want a ball from me?” LeBron responded. “Ok, I got you….You got school on Monday By the time you get out of school on Monday, you’ll have it.”

LeBron James Asked About Speculation That He Skipped Kobe Bryant's Memorial

LeBron James is praising Vanessa Bryant for the heartbreaking tribute speech she gave for Kobe and Gianna Bryant at their celebration of life earlier this week.

“One thing I can come out of it saying is how strong and how bold and how powerful Vanessa is,” LeBron told reporters (via Sports Illustrated). “To stand up there the way she did, to give that speech the way she gave that speech. I commend her. My heart is with their family still. With his three daughters that are still here. With his wife. With his mom and dad and his sisters. It was just a very difficult day. Obviously a celebration but it was a difficult day for all of us.”

When he was asked directly if he was in attendance at the Staples Center for the big event, he responded, “Um, like I said man, it’s just, I respect your question for sure, but it’s very emotional. A very emotional day. A very tough day for myself, for my family, for everyone involved.”

Find out what LeBron James did to honor Kobe Bryant after his death.

LeBron James & Anthony Davis Get Tattoos Honoring Kobe Bryant

LeBron James and Anthony Davis are paying tribute to their longtime friend Kobe Bryant.

LeBron and Anthony both took to their Instagram Stories on Wednesday (January 29) to reveal they were in the process of getting tattoos honoring the late basketball star after he and daughter Gianna tragically died in a helicopter crash.

As of right now, the two Lakers players did not reveal what artist Vanessa Aurelia tattooed on them, but photographers caught a glimpse of LeBron‘s new ink on his left thigh during a team workout on Thursday.

It’s hard to tell what LeBron got because of the clear bandage, but the tattoo appears to be a snake, in reference to Kobe’s “Black Mamba“ nickname, along with the words, “Mamba 4 Life.”

According to his Instagram Story, it appears that Anthony got a similar tattoo.

If you missed it, you can read the heartfelt and emotional tribute LeBron posted remembering Kobe.

You can geta glimpse of LeBron‘s new tattoo at here.

LeBron James Shares a Happy Memory of Kobe Bryant After His Death

LeBron James is continuing to think of the late Kobe Bryant.

The 35-year-old Lakers basketball star honored Kobe with another post following his initial tribute on Monday (January 27) in memory of the superstar on Tuesday (January 28).

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“♾ my brother!! I love you man!! 💔🙏🏾❤️. 👑X🐍,” he captioned the video, which featured Kobe hugging and laughing with LeBron courtside at a game.

If you missed it, LeBron was also seen on a video breaking down over the announcement that Kobe had died. Kobe‘s final tweet was a message to LeBron.

READ MORE: Kobe Bryant’s Final Tweet Hours Before Death Was a Message for LeBron James