LeBron James to make second pro-am basketball league appearance of the summer

LeBron takes over the Drew League with 42-point game (1:08)

LeBron James plays in the Drew League for the first time since 2011 and he drops a double-double of 42 points and 16 rebounds. (1:08)

Saturday marks Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James' second stop on his pro-am basketball league summer tour. He'll take the floor at former NBA guard and three-time Sixth Man of the Year Jamal Crawford's appropriately titled CrawsOver league.

James hinted at his upcoming trip to the Pacific Northwest earlier in August.

"Seattle was rockin' today for Sue Bird last home game!" wrote the four-time champion on Twitter. "I may have to make a trip up there before summer's out and get a run in!"

On Friday, James confirmed that he'll be returning to play basketball in Seattle for the first time since the Seattle SuperSonics' exit from the Emerald City.

Rookies Paolo Banchero, Chet Holmgren and MarJon Beauchamp will also play in the league, along with Atlanta Hawks guard Dejounte Murray and two-time All-Star Isaiah Thomas.

James' first pro-am appearance of the summer was at the Los Angeles-based Drew League, which had its share of NBA players show up to dazzle fans and opponents alike. James took the floor in the summer pro-am for the first time since 2011 when the NBA was shut down due to a lockout, and he didn't disappoint.

He joined forces with Chicago Bulls guard DeMar DeRozan on the MMV Cheaters squad, facing off against Black Pearl. James led his squad to a 104-102 win, putting up a typically regal stat line of 42 points, 16 rebounds and 4 steals in the process. DeRozan added 30 points and 14 rebounds of his own.

James' competitive fire was present even during the pro-am match, as he disputed a call with the Drew League referees late in the game. Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green was on hand to watch the action, as was Quavo of the hip-hop group Migos.