Nick Saban's Barbershop Videos Gets Copyright Infringement Letter From LeBron James' Lawyers

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Nick Saban fired up his shot in the battle between Alabama and National Basketball Association star LeBron James.

LeBron James' multimedia platform "Uninterrupted" would like a word with the Alabama Crimson Tide. I didn't know anyone owned that and I didn't even know [James] had one. Whether it's passing Michael Jordan for most consecutive games with 10 or more points, or putting up a stat line that has never been seen before, James has done it all.

"In addition, your use of the name "Shop Talk" and the related logo infringes Uninterrupted's valuable trademark rights in "The Shop", and in the name and design associated therewith". Below is a video posted on James' Uninterrupted platform.

On Monday, "Uninterrupted" sent a letter to Alabama, citing "exploitation" and concerns over copyright infringement and intellectual property. Alabama recently released a video for a similar project. Should they not, it sounds like James is fully prepared to take the next necessary steps.

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The letter continues with an invitation to Alabama to have conversations about the matter before "rushing into legal proceedings".

Despite seeming somewhat perturbed by the situation, Saban was respectful toward James, calling the four-time NBA MVP "a great player".

Last year, "Uninterrupted" aired "The Shop" a forum where James, Golden State forward Draymond Green, retired player Charles Oakley and others have conversations while getting their hair cut in a barber shop.

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