In part-two of LeBron James' interview with Good Morning America's Robin Roberts, he takes her for a tour inside his world off the basketball court.
The two toured his old stomping grounds at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School where James credits his coaches and teammates for keeping him grounded on and off the court.
LeBron showed Roberts where he and his high school teammates would gather in the men's locker room to listen to their coach's pre- and post-game speeches.
He showed her the progress of the renovations at his former high school's gymnasium where he recently pledged $1 million to the project and donated new Nike uniforms to all athletic teams at his alma mater. A special event to unveil the new threads took place over the weekend.
They touched on his pending nuptials with high school sweetheart and fiancé Savannah Brinson where James jokingly mentions that "it's coming up in about a month, and I'm starting to feel a little ahhhh."
Yes, even the King gets butterflies too.
Roberts also got an inside look at the LeBron James Family Foundation's Wheels For Education program which enlists a group of kids from the public school system and follows their academic progress throughout the school year. The kids are required to attend a two week summer session and make their "I Promise" pledge to which LeBron replies by making his own promise to the kids too, promising to never let them down as their role model and mentor.
Upon successfully completing the program, each child is rewarded with a bike from Akron, Ohio's biggest superstar.