Everyone is worried about LeBron James leaving Cleveland. He is a free agent at the end of this season and can go to any team he wants. But now the anxiety has gone a bit too far. It’s ended up at the pulpit of Providence Presbyterian Church in Hilton Head, South Carolina. The associate pastor, Rev. Christopher J. Benek, recently committed his entire sermon to LeBron’s basketball “kingdom.”
He said that he thinks, “God wants LeBron to actually be somewhat of a modern day king… I think he wants LeBron James to win.” He went on in this vain for some time with his congregation probably wondering where this was going. He then challenged LeBron to give up his fat paycheck per year to play for $1 per season for three years in Cleveland.
The reasoning behind the dollar is so he can show everyone around the world, IN THE NAME OF JESUS CHRIST, that he is sincerely playing for the upliftment of northeast Ohio and once he does this he will be considered the best basketball player of all time. Not to mention, the second part of his brilliant plan/sermon, that Cleveland will have enough money left over to pay other superstars to play on the team and get the city a championship. Don’t believe us, check it out for yourself.