Basketball player LeBron James has proven to be more than just an athlete. After being told to “shut up and dribble” by a reporter, James is taking the term and making it his own after filing for a trademark for the slogan.
LeBron James Files Trademark
Basketball legend and philanthropist LeBron James continues to reclaim his power.
The Akron native’s Uninterrupted IP, LLC has recently filed a new trademark for the controversial phrase “Shut Up and Dribble.”
The company claims the brand will include virtual goods such as footwear, sports equipment, and online clothing for virtual worlds.
The brand wouldn’t stop there. It will also provide podcasts and motion picture films about sports and music.
LeBron James Reclaims His Power
When the four-time MVP gets approved for the trademark, he will reclaim his power by turning something negative into something extraordinary.
In 2018, Fox News host Laura Ingraham made low-key racist remarks to the Los Angeles Lakers leader, advising James to “shut up and dribble” and leave politics to the politicians.
Ingraham caused a social media uproar. Celebrities and athletes all chimed in on the discussion proving the Fox News host was wrong on many levels.
Fans are excited to see what the billionaire has in store with his new trademarked slogan.
LeBron James Produces New Netflix Original Basketball Movie Starring Adam Sandler
Adam Sandler went to the hood of Philadelphia to team up with LeBron James to create a new Netflix original basketball movie.
Actor turned director Adam Sandler recently created a movie called “Hustle.”
NBA star Lebron James is the film’s co-producer; Queen Latifah also stars in the movie. The movie reflects basketball players in Philadelphia and the industry and is now streaming on Netflix.
While creating the film “Hustle,” Adam posted a short clip of the cast with a group of people chanting and singing the famous anthem, “Dreams and Nightmares” by Meek Mill.
Meek responded with:
“Shout to @adam sandler and philly.”