Name: Jared Breaker
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL
1. Tell us about you.
I’m a recent college graduate from Florida A&M, where I majored in accounting. I studied accounting because I’ve always had an interest for numbers and solving problems mathematically. Other than school, in my spare time I watch a LOT of sports, basketball in particular. Even with my busy work schedule I always find some extra time to go to a court or gym and play basketball at least 3 times a week.
2. How long have you been a LeBron fan? What was the first piece of gear that you ever bought?
I have been a LeBron James fan since his Saint Vincent Saint Mary days back in high school. I think everyone really saw that LeBron had the potential to become a great NBA player once Sports Illustrated made him the first high school athlete to appear on the cover. My first piece of gear was an Authentic LeBron Cavs jersey that I still wear to hoop in.
3. We’ve seen the pictures but how many pieces of LeBron & Heat gear do you have total? What are your favorite pieces that you’ve collected.
Between all the posters, cards, jerseys, basketballs, shirts, shorts, socks, watches, bags, shoes, ties, magazines, and figures I would say the collection is 60+ pieces. Maybe one day I will actually count everything, but that itself is time-consuming task. Right now, I would say one of my favorite pieces would be LeBron’s High School football jersey that Nike released in 2003.
4. Who would you like to see LeBron & the Heat play in the 2012 NBA Finals?
I would like the Heat to make it back to Finals before I even consider what team they would be playing. If I had to make a choice, it would seem cliché to say the Thunder, but I have always wanted to see Kobe and LeBron in a Finals matchup.
5. Any shoutouts?
Definitely want to shoutout to all my friends and family in Duval. Another shoutout goes to LeBron James and the Miami Heat; good luck in the playoffs and bring home that championship this year. I also would like to thank LeBronJames.com for taking the time to interview me and post this. Final shoutout goes to all of #TeamLeBron, haters gone hate.