Why Did LeBron James Take His Sons To Sears For Their Family Portrait?

By no means am I taking a shot at the wonderful work Sears can do in the area of family portrait photos – it’s a great photo and his sons look adorable – but one would suspect that LeBron James has the means to hire a high-profile photographer to take a heartwarming snapshot of he and his brood. You know, like Annie Lebovitz or, um, Ansel Adams? Is that dude still alive? He’s not? Well I guess I don’t know many high-profile photographers then. In any event, at least those people wouldn’t have selected poop brown for the background color.

Even more compelling than the questionable aesthetic choices made by the photog is the caption LeBron contributed to the uploaded photo:

My inspiration equals My Next Generation. Father&Role Model

He’s like a poet and he doesn’t even know it. But I must warn you about capitalizing “Next Generation”, LeBron: Gene Roddenberry’s estate is going to be all over your ass for that one.

Be that as it may, that is a pretty smarmy little caption right there. And what’s the deal with the trophies? The ego on that guy! At least I displayed a modicum of class and scheduled a separate appointment for the photos I did posing with my bowling league trophy. And I had the good sense to go to JC Penny for my shoot. Sears is so bourgeois, am I right?


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  1. Upstate Underdog

    September 2, 2010 at 10:12 am

    Untucked shirts, sneakers and a blue wrist band on the kids? Very unprofessional

    • Robert M

      September 4, 2010 at 3:36 am

      iono what u talking bout, but u dont have to tuck in all shirts, especially when ur wearing jeans, in 2010, not the 70s

  2. dean

    September 4, 2010 at 8:55 am

    Is that a Sears suit that Bron is wearing, too? Sad. I’m guessing it was a paid endorsement to shoot at Sears. Must be desperate for $.

  3. Iza

    October 16, 2010 at 11:12 pm

    Nothing wrong with taking family to Sears. Nothing wrong with untucked shirts, I like it. But look at boys faces and this horrible flashing light! It is not a wonderful work.

  4. Steve Bowling

    January 18, 2011 at 10:28 pm

    Outstanding info it is definitely. My teacher has been seeking for this content

  5. KingJames Movement

    April 23, 2011 at 11:19 am

    Quit hatin on Bron Bron….This is an adorable pic. Make that paper buoy. We look up to U!

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