Well, this has to be weird for Boston sports fans.
Lakers superstar LeBron James has joined Fenway Sports Group as a partner which gives him minority ownership in the Boston Red Sox, Liverpool Football Club and Roush Fenway Racing.
That's right: James owns a part of the Red Sox, which has to make Celtics and other Boston sports fans feel a little funny.
James hasn't been shy about his affinity for the New York Yankees, but with his newfound ownership in their rival, he might have to alter his allegiance.
James, who already owned 2% of the Liverpool FC, has mentioned throughout his career that he wants to own a team after his playing days are over. According to the NBA CBA, James is banned from owning an NBA team while he's currently playing so he's done the next best thing: get into ownership outside of basketball.
The potential NBA MVP doesn't just have his sights set on owning an NBA team and winning another championship with the Lakers. He also Space Jam: A New Legacy releasing in July.
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