If you're anything like me, when you finished reading the Sports Illustrated essay in which LeBron James explained why he'd decided to leave the Miami Heat in free agency and rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers, the first thing you thought was, "This was great and all, but it's suffering from a serious lack of Frank Caliendo." Luckily, the folks at ESPN Radio's "Mike and Mike" were thinking the exact same thing as I was — this happens all the time — and they invited the comedian on their radio show to read LeBron's essay in a celebrity's voice.
He chose Morgan Freeman because, I'm guessing, everybody involved really loved "Last Vegas."
That did sound like Morgan Freeman! Also, that essay is longer than you remember it being!
Unfortunately, the segment ended before Caliendo could read Jason Collins' famed S.I. essay as Robin Williams. Oh, well. Maybe next time.
Hat-tip to The Big Lead.
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- Frank Caliendo
- LeBron James
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- Cleveland Cavaliers
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