Like every summer, and perhaps even more so during this 2022 vintage, France is very popular with NBA stars. After some of the best players have already paraded in France in recent weeks, a new big name has been seen in Paris. And it is rumored that LeBron James could follow…
Oh, France. In the eyes of Americans, the country of the Enlightenment continues tirelessly to be popular. In recent weeks, Steph and Ayesha Curry have chosen the Côte d’Azur to celebrate their 11 years of marriage, while Kevin Durant was also spotted in the South a few days ago. Magic Johnson has also been in the area, and these 3 living legends are not the only NBA players to settle in the country of Tony Parker and others, since Kristaps Porzingis is also there.
The Instagram account of his sweetheart Laura Vizla is formal: the couple recently embarked on a tour of Europe, and a stopover was obviously made in Paris. The Eiffel Tower, of course, but also the Louvre or even Cannes were on the program for Zinger and his companion.
LeBron James soon in Paris?
The trend could be set to continue, since LeBron James himself could sign his return to the Capital soon. It must be said that his son Bronny, on tour with the Caifornia Basketball Club team which also includes the sons of Scottie Pippen and Penny Hardaway, will play a match in Nanterre on August 15 (tickets here).
If the presence of the King is not confirmed to date, the Team announces that it is far from improbable that the native of Akron will make the trip to support his offspring during this summer tour, which will also see the CBC play in Rome and London:
The presence of LeBron James himself, who has posted videos in recent days where he trains with his sons, and would have participated in the organization of the event to allow them to discover international basketball, would have nothing surprising. Even less in the heart of a summer when many NBA stars – including champions Stephen Curry and Jordan Poole – marched in the French capital.
Many players, and not just any, never stop criss-crossing France during their holidays. Now let’s hope that LeBron James is part of Nanterre. The Palais des Sports is waiting for him!