Netease Sports reported on October 9:
After the NBA rematch, in addition to focusing on the games on the court, LeBron is also the most politically involved superstar in the league.
During the suspension, he founded the non-profit organization "more than one vote." As the general election approaches, this organization has been actively active, striving to win voting rights for minorities and marginalized groups.
He also often expresses political views on social networks, and has received a lot of criticism for this. Conservative politicians continue to point out that the NBA’s ratings are declining due to blending with politics, but LeBron doesn’t care.
Recently, he also stated in an interview that more than 50
"I know that we are playing games now, but I will not forget important things. There is more than one vote to protect black people.
LeBron said that he would not care about the views of others, even if his political views may not be recognized by everyone.
"I can't care what everyone thinks, because not everyone agrees with your behavior." He said. "It's impossible for everyone to agree with my remarks, my enthusiasm, this is no way. As long as I really do it, those things don't matter."