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LeBron James to Wear Transparent Mask

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“For the reasons that they told me, it didn’t make sense to me, but, hey, I’m just a player in this league and I will abide by the request of the NBA,” (LeBron) James said.

James added that he didn’t want to discuss the league’s reasoning for clear masks, but said, “As long as it’s transparent. As long as they can see my face — my opponents. Just as long as it’s not black.”

James’ new opaque mask appeared to be formed from the same mold as its carbon fiber predecessor. Emphasizing that he was content with adhering to the league’s request, James said he was “good with the NBA,” and “I am not against the NBA. They had a request and I fulfilled it. Let’s just say that.”

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/03/02/3968345/miami-heats-lebron-james-ditches.html#storylink=cpy

via Joseph Goodman of the Miami Herald

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