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    After hectic day, LeBron James never too tired to work on game at MOA Arena

    Jul 24, 2013
    After the 'Witness History' tour, NBA superstar LeBron James stayed behind at the MOA Arena to stretch and work on his shot for around 20 minutes, says sportscaster Boom Gonzales. Jerome Ascano

    THE crowd had emptied at the Mall of Asia Arena but LeBron James was still there, never too tired to work on his shot and his game after a long, hectic day.

    Sportscaster Boom Gonzales tweeted photos of the Miami Heat superstar stretching and, later on, shooting hoops without the bright lights of the Pasay arena right after his ‘Witness History’ Philippine Tour on Tuesday.

    “So lebron decided to come back out on the court to practice his shooting after everyone has left!,” tweeted Gonzales, who hosted the historic one-day event organized by Nike Philippines.

    Gonzales reported on his @gamedaywithboom Twitter account that James worked out for at least 20 minutes.

    James had a hectic Tuesday that also saw him attend a press conference in the morning, head to Nike Park at the Bonifacio Global City for another event, and give countless interviews in between.

    Even players who took part in the event tweeted about James’ workout.

    “Nothin like seein the 4 time MVP @KingJames do court work AFTER the #WITNESSHistory event! #Respect,” wrote Talk ‘N Text star Jimmy Alapag on his Twitter account @JAlapag3.

    PBA player Sean Anthony wrote: “Supposedly Lebron game lifted at 6am did all his events all day then shot around for 1 hour after. That's dedication and why he's the best”

    For GALLERY of LeBron's visit, see James turns on the heat

    James left on Wednesday morning and tweeted a parting message to his Filipino fans.

     


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    After the 'Witness History' tour, NBA superstar LeBron James stayed behind at the MOA Arena to stretch and work on his shot for around 20 minutes, says sportscaster Boom Gonzales. Jerome Ascano
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