LeBron James, wife Savannah are getting into podcasting — separately

The James family is now looking to become King and Queen of the podcast space.

LeBron James and his wife Savannah both announced separate podcast ventures in recent days.

The Lakers star is co-hosting a show with ESPN analyst and former NBA guard J.J. Redick called “Mind the Game” to be produced by James’s Uninterrupted and Redick’s ThreeFourTwo Productions companies, he revealed in an Instagram post on Monday.

LeBron James Mind Games/YouTube

The show as of yet doesn’t have any advertisers or media and distribution partners and will be available weekly on YouTube and other platforms starting Tuesday at 7 a.m., according to the Hollywood Reporter.

In the debut episode the LeBron and Redick talk basketball strategy over wine.

The Hollywood Reporter reported that James and Redick spoke during the NBA In-Season tournament about starting a podcast focused on the court, without third parties shaping the direction.


JJ Redick Mind Games/YouTube

Savannah, who has remained mostly out of the spotlight, teased starting her own podcast two months ago and recently announced the venture will be called “Everybody’s Crazy” along with co-host and Crown + Conquer founder April McDaniel.

Fans were given a number to call to have a candid conversation with the hosts.  

LeBron, 39, and Savannah, 37,  have been together since growing up in Akron and married in September 2013. They have two sons Bronny and Brice and daughter Zhuri James.

april McDaniel and Savannah James are starting up the “Everybody’s Crazy” podcast @everybodyscrzy/Instagram

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Bronny is currently a freshman playing basketball at USC.

James is a four-time MVP champion and the NBA’s all-time leader in points scored, breaking Kareem Abdul-Jabar’s mark of 38,387 in February 2023. 

Redick, 39 spent 15 seasons in the league, including seven with the Orlando Magic.   

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