The greatest achievement of LeBron James' NBA career came after the Cleveland Cavaliers replaced coaches midway through the regular season.
LeBron James is no stranger to leadership changes - he's experienced plenty of coaching changes during his lengthy National Basketball Association career, after all - and he's now going through another one. Next summer, we'll find out if a mid-production switch at the helm of Space Jam 2 will yield similar results.
Nance himself was a replacement for the project's original director Justin Lin, whose departure was reported back in August 2018.
Lee replaces Terence Nance on the sequel to the 1996 hit that starred Michael Jordan and featured cameos from a number of National Basketball Association all-stars, in addition to classic Looney Tunes characters such as Bugs Bunny.
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Deadline has brought word that the upcoming fantasy sports sequel Space Jam 2 has parted ways with Terence Nance (Random Acts of Flyness) as director and attached Night School's Malcolm D. Lee as his replacement.
LeBron will be joined on set by fellow teammate Anthony Davis, as well as Damian Lillard, Klay Thompson, Chris Paul and Diana Taurasi.
Producers on the "Space Jam" sequel, which is due out July 16, 2021, include James, Ryan Coogler ("Creed", "Black Panther") and Maverick Carter, James' longtime business partner.