LeBron James has done a lot of winning in his career. But any trademark or copyright infringement litigation he may be contemplating against the University of Alabama isn’t likely to be part of it.

That’s the reaction of experienced IP attorneys to a threatening letter James’ multimedia platform sent to the university over its “Shop Talk” video of players talking football with coach Nick Saban in a barbershop setting.

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