PASADENA, Calif., April 8 (UPI) -- If the whole bring-a-world-championship-to-Cleveland thing doesn't work out, LeBron James might just fall back on twirling dough.
James went sort of 'incognito' recently at Blaze Pizza. On March 11, he pretended to be a pizza shop employee named 'Ron' for the stunt. James tried the stunt on a Cleveland Cavaliers road trip to Los Angeles. The Blaze Pizza is located in Pasadena.
The gargantuan James walks through the restaurant with a pile of pizza boxes, under the gaze of bewildered customers.
He then lets a customer, named Fernando, about the types of sauces available at the restaurant.
"We got spicy sauce, we got regular sauce, we got pesto sauce, we have a little white sauce here," James said. "I mean, I love spicy sauce. But you may not be a spicy guy. With a name like Fernando, got to be spicy."
James later acknowledges a Michigan t-shirt and says "there is nothing wrong with Michigan," even though he is a noted Ohio State fan.
"I get that a lot," James replies. "I've heard of that guy too."
James then pretends to confuse a golf ball with a basketball on a man's shirt. James became an original investor to the assembly-line pizza concept company in 2012, according to ESPN.