LeBron James Opens His Wallet With Massive Donation To Muhammad Ali Exhibit

David Hookstead | Reporter

Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James is writing a massive check for the Muhammad Ali exhibit at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.

TMZ Sports broke the news Thursday morning that the three-time NBA champion would be donating $2.5 million to the exhibit titled, “Muhammad Ali: A Force for Change.” (SLIDESHOW: 13 Times Lindsey Vonn Proved She’s One Of The Hottest Women Alive)

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James isn’t the only NBA legend donating a large amount of money to the exhibit. Michael Jordan donated $5 million and Magic Johnson is kicking in another $1 million. (SLIDESHOW: 12 TIMES SPORTS PUNDIT KRISTINE LEAHY LOOKED ABSOLUTELY STUNNING)

Ali passed away at the age of 74 in June due to respiratory problems. (RELATED: The Greatest: Muhammad Ali Dies At Age 74 [VIDEO])

Clearly these NBA stars are doing their part to make sure the legendary boxer is never forgotten.

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