Cleveland Cavaliers star Lebron James will turn 32 in December and figures to be at least a few years away from retirement, but when he does hang up the sneakers, he has some plans in the works.
James told ESPN reporter Dave McMenamin he has a bucket list he wants to get to work on in terms of other sporting events and venues he would like to see when he’s retired. The list started with the Kentucky Derby and also included three SEC football stadiums in a longer list of college football stadiums.
Here is James’ list of college stadiums he hopes to visit as reported by ESPN:
Notre Dame Stadium, Michigan Stadium (University of Michigan), Kyle Field (Texas A&M University), Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (University of Florida), Beaver Stadium (Penn State University), Neyland Stadium (University of Tennessee) and Doak Campbell Stadium (Florida State University). His top NFL targets are Lambeau Field (Green Bay Packers) and Soldier Field (Chicago Bears).
James is a big college sports fan and has been to Ohio State and Oregon for games. He has also watched The Buckeyes beat Oregon in the national title game in Arlington, Texas two years ago.
James also wants to see a F1 Grand Prix race in Monaco among other things.