LeBron James' wife Savannah shares an adorable picture of daughter Zhuri with her two big brothers, Bronny and Bryce, calling them her "gang."
The James gang stepped out for some family time, and proud mama Savannah made sure to snap a picture.
Bronny and Bryce showed off their roles as protective big brothers, surrounding their little sister Zhuri who was all smiles as they posed for a picture in a parking lot.
LeBron James has reiterated the importance of humility, hard work, and compassion to his kids, and that's evident in the way they treat one another.
LeBron James during pre-game at a Los Angeles Lakers NBA game | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
While their LA Lakers star patriarch was missing-in-action, he's proved time and time again that although he has a busy schedule, they remain his top priority.
Today, after 16 seasons in the NBA, he is the highest-paid player in the league, with salary and endorsement deals at $88.7 million for the 2018-2019 season alone. While he is living the life, he came from humble beginnings.
This is something he tries to make his children realize so that they grow up to pave their own paths as well.
Before exploding into a basketball superstar, he once lived in the projects of Akron, Ohio, where he would pay $17 a month in rent.
Now that his children are growing up, he believes that even though they don't go through what he had to go through when he was younger, it is still important to work hard, as there's still a road to travel.
“No matter if you came from the top of the top or you came from the bottom of the bottom, you still have a road to travel.”
It's clear that LeBron and Savannah are doing a great job raising their children. LeBron James has reiterated the importance of humility, hard work, and compassion to his kids, and that's evident in the way they treat one another.
LeBron and Savannah have been together since high school, and according to LeBron, he is what he is today because of his wife.
“[Savannah] was down when I was at my high school, no cameras, no lights. And she was there with me. You wouldn’t be talking to me right now if it weren’t for her.”
While they welcomed their first son LeBron Jr. in 2004, they tied the knot in September 2013 in front of 200 guests in San Diego.
The rest is history, and the James gang continues to create their own legacies as a family.