Jamal Crawford’s Saturday pro-am event, dubbed the CrawsOver, just got taken to the next level with the announcement of LeBron James’ intention to play in the event. The Los Angeles Lakers star joins Atlanta Hawks guard Dejounte Murray, Orlando Magic rookie and No. 1 draft pick Paolo Banchero, and Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Chet Holmgren as part of the event.
This will be the first time James has played in Crawford’s event, but it won’t be his first summer basketball action. The star played in the Drew League earlier this offseason with DeMar DeRozan. James recently inked a two-year, $97.1 million extension with the Lakers and has a player option for the second year.