If they break 150 miles, launch the Alert 5 aircraft.
You probably didn't hear LeBron on "Fresh Air" tonight. From the transcript:GROSS: And I want to ask you about something else controversial that's happened pretty recently. You have something called the LeBron James Skills Academy, and a college student attending the academy dunked on you. And it's been reported that Nike, who was sponsoring this, confiscated - I don't know if it was the cameras or just the videos that captured that moment. And so in some people's minds, that's a symbol of your vanity, that you wouldn't allow that to be seen, and in some people's minds, it's not about you, it's about Nike, and it's a symbol of a form of corporate censorship. What is that incident about to you? What's your version of the story?Mr. JAMES: It's just about people just looking in - when you have nothing more to write about, sometimes people just look for anything. The summer is dead. No basketball is around, so they need something to talk about.Nike has a no-videotaping policy. It's simple. I mean, if you have a no-videotaping policy, why are you videotaping? So, you know, the kid, which is - really, he's really good, by the way, kid goes to Xavier. And you know, he caught me slipping a little bit, I guess.(Soundbite of laughter)Mr. JAMES: Before that day, you can easily go on YouTube and find me getting dunked on by a few more players in the NBA. And, you know, if you even want to look a little bit more, you can find me even dunking on a few players.GROSS: Really?(Soundbite of laughter)Mr. JAMES: I think that may be possible. You may be able to find that. I don't know.(Soundbite of laughter)
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