LeBron James was in Berlin Tuesday, the third stop in Nike’s More Than an Athlete World Tour.
Former Hawks guard Dennis Schroder welcomed James to his native Germany and took on the four-time MVP in a one-shot-to-win, 3-point contest for charity.
Each had one chance to sink a ball from beyond the arc for $10,000 going to a charity of their choice.
James went first, clanging it off the back of the rim.
Schroder then calmly lined up and netted his shot.
James and Schroder will be Western Conference foes this fall.
James left his hometown Cavaliers to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers. Schroder was traded by the Hawks to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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