11-year-old designed LeBron James latest Nike shirt (Video)

Dec 10, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami Heat guard LeBron James (6) lines up along the foul line during a game against the Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Indiana defeats Miami 90-84. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

An 11-year-old designed LeBron James newest t-shirt. Nike Basketball released a video with Rahul on their YouTube account where he explains what he was trying to accomplish with his design.

From For The Win:

How’s this for bragging rights: an 11-year-old boy named Rahul submitted a drawing for a contest to design Nike’s newest LeBron James shirt, and LeBron himself selected his design as the winner.

As Rahul explains, the shirt is based on LeBron’s infamous “Not one, not two…” comments from the Miami Heat’s post-Decision welcome party. But it’s a cool design, and not very many preteens have a LeBron-approved shirt design under their belts.

If that doesn’t make you the coolest kid at school, I don’t know what will. If you look closely at the giant “EARNED” at the bottom of the shirt there are more hidden messages in there. It lists LeBron’s career accomplishments.

[h/t] Sean Highkin of For The Win

Topics: Lebron James, Miami Heat

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