Miami Heat star Lebron James is currently considering a bid for presidency in the NBA Players Association.
“It’s something he has talked about with a small group of people,” a source with close ties to James told FOXSports.com’s Jason Whitlock on Wednesday. “He was very vocal at the meeting during the All-Star Weekend about the need for the union to dramatically change. There is a new executive director coming in and new commissioner. He recognizes that this is the time for the union to change.”
With the current president, Derek Fisher, at the end of his career, most likely he will not return. His term as president expired this summer, he just recently signed a new contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder and Fisher is also facing a lawsuit from the union’s former executive director, Billy Hunter.
18-year veteran Jerry Stackhouse, who served as the first vice president, had been…
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