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Louisa Thomas writes about LeBron James’s standing in the N.B.A., his influence over other players, and his involvement in both social-justice and business projects; Thomas explores pro basketball players’ responses to current events, as seen in their comments about Black Lives Matter protests, and in the Milwaukee Bucks’ strike after the shooting of Jacob Blake.