"Everything that they listen to these days, my 14-year-old and my 11-year-old, they watch too".
"I've got very mature 14 and 11-year-olds, my 14 and 11-year-olds drink wine", LeBron said casually.
James owns the fact of his young sons drinking wine, saying they drink "whatever dad's and mom's having". He was a 20-year-old rookie just two years out of high school, yet he performed like a veteran, earning a premier role on a Celtics team that was within one win of a berth in the NBA Finals.
When asked about what pop culture he picks up from his younger Los Angeles Lakers teammates, he talked about his kids and allowing them to drink. "That's how mature they are".
"Put it on me, though, don't put it on mom", he added. "Put it on Dad, put it on Dad". For the time being, however, the two will have to be content sharing a glass of wine. "Not really", James replied, explaining that the things his teammates are listening to and watching are the same things his sons are tuned in to.