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LeBron James has heard all the complaints. But now he has a question for his detractors: Should he be who you want him to be?

In a new Nike ad entitled “Rise” that’s by turns funny, biting and defiant, the Miami Heat superstar attempts to put into context who he is and what’s he done, reports the New York Daily News.
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Opening on a set designed to look like the Boys and Girls club where LeBron announced his fateful “decision” this past summer, the all-star sits quietly before turning to the camera and asking: “What should I do? Should I admit that I’ve made mistakes?”

From the tone of the commercial, it doesn’t seem like things will be cooling off in LeBron’s world anytime soon.


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