While visiting the Boston Celtics for a game in December, LeBron took to the courtside during the game to talk to Aaron Miller, the Greater Boston Basketball League’s MVP and Special Olympian. LeBron noted that, “I saw he had my shoes on, I designed those shoes for kids with conditions where they’re not able to tie their own shoestrings. He had a pair on. Those shoes he had on are made for kids who can’t tie their own shoes, it’s just one strap and they’re able to get them on with one hand or whatever the case may be. When I saw that and saw his story, I just felt like I was part of him. I just showed him my respect and gave him my shoes.” LeBron later posted the picture of the two of them on his social accounts and for him to continue being an inspiration and striving for greatness.