The newest Fourteen days The crossover is all about NBA star LeBron James, who will appear in the game on July 14th before his turn the terrible looking one Space Jam episode this weekend. Oh, and he’s in a Taco Tuesday outfit for some reason. Hm, tacos.
I’m not going to lie, these are two things I’m not interested in, but I can’t deny James looks nice im traditionally boring Fourteen days Style. His casual standard outfit is accentuated with a floating crown – an allusion to his nickname “King James” – and black crystal fragments in the form of his iconic lion logo. There’s also a slider that enhances the look with increasing gold flecks if you prefer a more glossy look. His kicks are even based on real shoes, the Nike LeBron 19s, which are undoubtedly easier to master in the game than in real life.
LeBron also comes in with a skin based on his Tune Squad appearance Space Jam: A New Legacy for the five people who are still excited about something like this.
Since his Avengers: Infinity War Event in 2018, Fourteen days enjoyed dozens of transitions with other fictional universes, of Terminator to Rick and Morty. But sometimes the popular battle royale also invites real people. James joins an eclectic group of past guest stars that include popular internet personalities Ninja and TheGrefg, musicians J Balvin and Marshmello, and even other athletes like soccer stars Neymar Jr., Harry Kane and Marco Reus.
While Fourteen days partnered with the NBA as a whole back in May, with customizable jerseys based on the league’s 30 teams and special cosmetic packs for Donovan Mitchell and Trae Young, this marks the first time a basketball player has been playable in the game. I would say that LeBron James, with the legacy he has built in his 18 years in the league, was a great choice for this momentous occasion.