LeBron James created a ruckus when he condemned the media for not asking his considerations on the Dallas Cowboys proprietor Jerry Jones circumstance.
A photograph surfaced as of late of Jones among a gathering of white understudies denying access to black students at an Arkansas school in 1957.
On Friday, Jones answered on his radio on 105.3 The Fan.
“First of all, you have to hear me say how much I think of LeBron,” Jones said.
“I couldn’t, don’t know of anybody that I respect any more. I don’t know of anybody that has taken every opportunity he’s had and maximized it. He, not only, is an absolute great ambassador of sport, but he has taken sports, he has taken his venues and used those platforms.'