New ‘Trainwreck’ Clip Highlights LeBron James’ Comedy, Basketball Skills (Video)

Amy Schumer comedy directed by Judd Apatow hits theaters July 17

The cast and crew of the new Amy Schumer comedy “Trainwreck” directed by Judd Apatow can’t stop gushing over LeBron James.

The NBA superstar plays a comedic version of himself in the film, and everyone agrees that he took to comedy as naturally as he did basketball.

“LeBron is good at everything,” Apatow says. “We can’t deny that. We have to accept it. That he does what he does better than us, and he does what we do better than us. That’s just the way it’s always been. That’s the way it’ll always be.”

In the new clip, we see James as he shoots a scene in which he plays a game of one-on-one against Bill Hader. James literally stands motionless and is still able to stuff Hader’s attempts at the hoop.

“Trainwreck” hits theaters July 17.

Watch the video.