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With reports surfacing that LeBron James will be taking his talents to Hollywood after apparently reaching a deal with Warner Bros., speculation is on the rise that the 1996 film Space Jam, which starred the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan as well other NBA greats, will get a reboot with James in the lead role.  LeBron has been getting good reviews in his acting debut while playing a fictionalized version of himself in the summer comedy hit, Trainwreck, currently playing in theaters around the nation. With fans across the country looking for answers, the best and newest online source for unbiased gambling reviews, ( posted odds on what to expect after the news broke of the LeBron James and Warner Bros. partnership!

“Whether they love him or hate him, LeBron James sparks interest from fans and those looking for him to fail alike,” stated spokesperson Allan Kingsley Jones.  “Even news of a possible Space Jam reboot has sparked interest on our site.  While taking his talents from city to city seems to be becoming a pattern for LeBron, it will remain to be seen whether he should keep them to the hardwood.”

Analysts at the Website posted the following odds on LeBron James and Warner Bros.:

Odds LeBron James stars in a Space Jam sequel: 5/2

Odds on the winner of a Space Jam game between The Monstars and Warner Brothers characters without James:

  • Monstars: 1/9
  • Warner Brothers characters: 9/1


Odds on the winner of a Space Jam game between the Monstars and Warner Brothers characters with James:

  • Monstars: 1/1
  • Warner Brothers characters: 1/1


Odds on which other NBA players would star in the sequel (replacing Charles Barkley, Sean Bradley, Muggsy Bogues, Patrick Ewing, and Larry Johnson):

  • Dwayne Wade: 1/3
  • Chris Paul: 2/3
  • Carmelo Anthony: 2/3
  • Kyrie Irving: 2/1
  • Steph Curry: 2/1
  • Kevin Durant: 2/1
  • James Harden: 5/1
  • Dwight Howard: 5/1
  • Tim Duncan: 5/1
  • Chris Bosh: 5/1
  • Marc Gasol: 8/1
  • DeAndre Jordan: 10/1
  • Kawhi Leonard: 10/1


Odds on whose Space Jam team would win with all players in their prime:

  • LeBron James (with Wade, Paul, Anthony, and Howard): 3/2
  • Michael Jordan (with Barkley, Bradley, Bogues, Ewing, and Johnson): 2/3


Odds on Space Jam 3 ever being made: 5/1

Odds that Michael Jordan makes a cameo in a Space Jam sequel: 1/1

Odds on who would win a 1-on-1 game between LeBron James and Michael Jordan with both players in their prime:

  • LeBron James: 3/2
  • Michael Jordan: 2/3

Odds LeBron James ever wins an Oscar: 50/1
Odds LeBron James ever wins an Emmy: 25/1

Odds LeBron James retires from the NBA to focus on his movie career in the next five years: 10/1

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