LeBron James: Odell Beckham Jr. reveals ‘The King’ plan after Cleveland Browns move

Beckham was recently traded to the Cleveland Browns from the New York Giants and the 26-year-old has spoken about the city’s most famous inhabitants.

The wide receiver revealed NBA legend James is an inspiration to him and he hopes to replicate his success with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

James helped the Cavs win the NBA Finals in 2016, which was the organisation’s first ever title and Beckham wants to do the same for the Browns.

“LeBron is the person I look up to the most,” said Beckham.

“To see what he did to bring a championship to Cleveland.

“I just want to be able to do that same thing.”

Beckham revealed the Giants’ decision to trade him to the Browns surprised him but he is now excited about next season.

“It’s just a lot to process,” he added.

“You start off in New York in your career and next thing you know I’m here today.

“I’m very thankful for the opportunity to be here. Kinda the past is in the past. It was definitely a shock. I think I’ve come to grips with everything.”

Beckham was critical of the Giants’ poor performance last season and most notably their quarterback Eli Manning.

New York finished bottom of the NFC East with a 5-11 record and ended their campaign on a three-game losing streak.

Beckham was involved in 12 games, where he made 77 receptions for 1,052 yards and scored six touchdowns.

Speaking at the first day of the Browns’ voluntary offseason workout program, Beckham said he made the move West in search of becoming a legend.

“It never was about money,” Beckham added.

“It never was about a payday.

“It’s about being a legend.”

source: express.co.uk