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LeBron James is too rich for dollar bills

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LeBron James has officially reached the level where a person simply becomes too rich. The Miami Heat star is now making too much money from his NBA contract and various exorbitant sponsorship deals that he now no longer cares about dollar bills.

James is the best player in the NBA today and it obviously pays to be so. That's according to well known person trainer to the sporting elite, Idan Ravin.

The New Yorker retold a conversation between Ravin and WNBA star Skylar Diggins over a bottle of Gatorade:

“With the Dream Catchers still in-season, Ravin was spending much of April working with Skylar Diggins, one of the best young players in the W.N.B.A. 'It’s important to have somewhere private to take them,' he said one morning, standing outside the private Manhattan gym where he holds his workouts.

“No cameras, no fans. It makes them vulnerable.” After Diggins arrived, Ravin bought a Gatorade from a vending machine and left a quarter in the change slot—a practice that, he says, he got from LeBron James, who deems one-dollar bills too small to bother with.

Diggins, unaware of James’ financial habits, cursed at the idea, suggesting she’d be more than happy to take a dollar."

If i was making that much money then your damn right I'd be doing the same thing. To be truthful i'm surprised that LBJ even carries paper money around. Always struck me as a black card all the way guy.

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