LeBron James' Wife Savannah to Open Juice Shop in Cleveland

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Last year, in the downtown Miami neighborhood of Brickell, LeBron James’ wife Savannah opened a cold-pressed juice shop called The Juice Spot. She partnered up on the project with her personal trainer, David Alexander.

Reporting soon after the opening, the Miami New Times wrote, “If opening week is any indication of what's to come (think eager juice junkies and Heat fans standing in line since 5 a.m. to get a taste) her first entrepreneurial venture is set to succeed.”

Well, eager juice junkies and Cleveland Cavs fans, get ready for a Juice Spot of your own. Before last night’s game against the Hawks, LeBron tweeted a picture of two juices and stated, “Headed to the Q with two of my favorite drinks from @thejuicespot1 (Beet Down & Cleanse Me Please). Cleveland coming soon.”



Soon after, The Juice Spot tweeted “We Coming CLEVELAND! … STORE COMING SOON!"

Not sure what we’re to make of the fact that just hours after consuming the juice, James and the Cavs fell to the Hawks 127 – 98, their worst loss of the season. 

No word from either James on location or opening date.


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