The nation's best junior and probably best high school player, Lebron James, continues to have a monetary impact on the sport he plays -- basketball.
We have been told by some of our friends in Ohio that James, who might bypass the high school level for the NBA draft in the next year, is helping his high school sell many season tickets.
St. Vincent-St. Mary's of Akron, Ohio can no longer play high school home games in their gym. It's too small. Instead, they will play all of their home games inside the 6,000 seat arena on Akron's campus.
Sources in Ohio tell us that they expect to sell 3,000 season tickets by the time they start their season.
We will keep you posted.