LeBron James honored the anniversary of Ken Griffey Jr.'s debut with some majestic shoes
On April 3, 1989, Ken Griffey Jr. made his debut for the Seattle Mariners. In his first at-bat he hit a double off A's pitcher Dave Stewart, the first of 2,781 hits in his 22-year Hall of Fame career.
On April 3, 2018, Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James commemorated the 29th anniversary of Griffey's debut as the Cavs faced the Toronto Raptors by debuting shoes worthy of a king:
LeBron's Ken Griffey Jr.-inspired shoes are a work of art.— SB Nation (@SBNation) April 3, 2018
And he's wearing them on the 29th anniversary of Griffey's debut 🔥 pic.twitter.com/In52vd8QBE
If we're reading the tea leaves correctly, this means that James will probably sign his next free-agent contract with the Seattle Supersonics.