Dr. Seuss does what NBA defenses can't: Stop LeBron
CLEVELAND -- LeBron James has something to go along with his sore right knee: a twisted tongue.
On Tuesday, the Cavaliers star was reading a children's book to 23 elementary students as part of the NBA's "Read to Achieve" program when he got stumped by a tricky name in Dr. Seuss' "Oh, the Places You'll Go."
After plopping down in a yellow beanbag chair, James read to
sixth graders from Raymond Elementary School in Maple Heights,
Ohio, a class that won a contest by logging ...
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