In his new book 'Shooting Stars', LeBron James reveals he learned a lot in high school. But they were lessons he didn't find in any text book. Now an NBA Superstar and an international celebrity, he was just a junior at St. Vincent St. Mary's High School in Akron, Ohio when Sports Illustrated put him on the magazine's cover anointing him "The Chosen One", comparing the teenager to Michael Jordan. In his book, LeBron says some of the 'celebrety' status was flattering. But it also took its toll. "They compared me to Magic Johnson, as ridiculous at the time as comparing me to Michael Jordan" he writes in his book. He singled out Danny Ainge, the former coach of the Phoenix Suns, for saying he would make "King James" not simply a lottery pick, but the number one pick of the NBA draft. "R ...
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