The Drew League will play host to a unexpected guest on Saturday with Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James set to play, per Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports. It’s James’ first appearance in the Drew League since 2011. The League was founded in 1973 in Los Angeles and has featured such greats as Kobe Bryant, James Harden, DeMar DeRozan and Kyrie Irving. On top of James, DeRozan is also confirmed as playing in the League on Saturday. We’ll go over how you can watch LeBron and DeRozan in the Drew League.
Kyrie Irving is expected to play in the Drew League in Los Angeles today at 11 a.m., Drew League commissioner Dino Smiley told ESPN. LeBron James is expected to play at 1:45, per Smiley. Yahoo earlier reported James’ plans to return to the Drew for the first time since 2011.— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) July 16, 2022
Week 6 of #TheDrew tips of tomorrow at 11 AM.— Drew League (@DrewLeague) July 16, 2022
A look at this weekend’s schedule of games, highlighted by a battle between 5-0 MMV Cheaters and 5-0 Black Pearl Elite.
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You’ll be able to watch the Drew League via live stream on the Caffeine TV app, which can be found here. Now, this isn’t something we’re too familiar with. We also don’t know which game in the Drew League both players will be playing in. We’ll keep an eye out for more details. The logistics of it all don’t make sense on short notice. The Drew League would likely need a bigger venue to accommodate the magnitude of James and DeRozan.