Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James talks fatherhood just months after his wife, Savannah James, gave birth to their first daughter and third child.

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LeBron spoke with The Hollywood Reporter in its Feb. 20 issue. While Savannah gave birth to little Zhuri just this past October, the focus was on their two sons, LeBron, Jr. and Bryce.

Considering all of the high profile police involved deaths that have happened around the nation within the last year (i.e. Eric Garner and Michael Brown), LeBron made it clear he has spoken to his boys on how they should act if ever stopped by authorities.

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"Absolutely. And the talk is, 'You be respectful, you do what's asked and you let them do their job, and we'll take care of the rest after. You don't have to boast and brag and automatically think it's us against the police.' I've had one or two encounters with the police in my life that were nothing," LeBron said. "But sometimes you just got to shut up. It's that simple. Just be quiet and let them do their job and go on about your life and hopefully things go well."

His wife added, "For everybody."

He also shared his thoughts on the shooting death of Tamir Rice, 12. Rice was shot and killed by Cleveland police after playing with a toy gun in a neighborhood park. LeBron revealed that while his boys do have play guns, he puts restriction on when and how they can use them.

"None of them look real. We have Nerf guns that are lime green and purple and yellow. But I don't even let them take them out of the house."

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