By Larry Kane
Produced by Timothy McLaughlin

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Nine-year-old LeBron is a daredevil.

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“I like to do tricks,” he says. “I like to stand on my bike and I can ride with one hand, because I’ve been practicing.”

When he grows up, he wants to be a police officer, “because they help people. I would tell people the speed limit they’re going.”

But he has another reason. “Actually, the only reason I want to be a police officer is so I can have a good car. It would look like a Lamborghini cop car!”

LeBron is looking for a forever family.

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“I would want to family to be nice to each other, care for each other and never say they hate (each other).”

And he’d also like to stay close to his aunt and sister.

For more information about adopting Muhammad or any other child, go to the National Adoption Center’s  web site,, or call 215-735-9988.

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