I’m not fan of sports, but I am a fan of reading. Is anyone ever curious what NBA players do during the playoffs? Well LeBron James, basketball player for Cleveland Cavaliers, reads to tune out the noise of the playoffs according to Sports Illustrated. It is a tradition he started back in 2012 starting with the Hunger Games series along with several biographies and non-fiction books by his friend and business partner Maverick Carter.
James also likes to read Jerry West’s autobiography West on West, and Malcolm Gladwell’s study of social dynamic, The Tipping Point.
Now that is definitely a star player for supporting reading and books.