LeBron calls upcoming Ali documentary 'one of my favorite projects'
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LeBron James and his production company SpringHill Entertainment have several film and television projects in the works, but there's one that has the Los Angeles Lakers star particularly excited.

As HBO first announced in 2016, James and Maverick Carter will serve as executive producers on a multi-part documentary about the life of Muhammad Ali titled "What's My Name."

After HBO shared a trailer for the documentary Saturday, James tweeted, "One of my favorite projects we've done!! My GOODNESS it's so good!"

Other upcoming projects produced by James and Carter include the Showtime documentary series "Shut Up and Dribble," a competition series for CBS, an NBC comedy series inspired by the upbringing of reigning NBA Rookie of the Year Ben Simmons, and an NBC basketball drama called "Hoops."

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