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Monday, May 20, 2024

LeBron’s Promise to Akron, Ohio

Karon Boston of Akron looks at artwork of LeBron James as he tours House Three Thirty on its official opening day on Thursday. House 330 Opening Day 10

Mat Ishbia has owned the Phoenix Suns for just over two months, and he is already facing some of the same allegations that forced former owner Robert Sarver to sell the team.

Also, Editor-in-Chief Ernest Baker traveled to Akron, Ohio to get a first-hand look at LeBron James’ I PROMISE program. He joins the show to detail what he saw, and how James is impacting the community of Akron.

 

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