Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James recorded one of the best performances of his career in Wednesday night’s 132-129 victory over the Toronto Raptors. In his 39 minutes of action, the Kid from Akron posted 35 points on 11-19 shooting from the field (1-3 from beyond the arc), 17 assists, seven rebounds, one steal and zero turnovers.

The following morning (Thursday), the three-time champion was spotted in a recording studio laying down voice-overs for Smallfoot, a soon-to-be-released animated comedy from Warner Animation Group.

“Uh-oh, I smell cover-up,” James said during his voice-over session.

As most hoops fans know, James is no stranger to the big screen. The Kid from Akron has already played roles in several films, television shows, and commercials, including The Wall (executive producer), Cleveland Hustles (executive producer), and Entourage (actor). James has also done voice-overs in the past (Teen Titans Go!, The Cleveland Show, and The Simpsons).

Smallfoot, which is being written and directed by Karey Kirkpatrick and based on a story by Sergio Pablos, is about a yeti named Migo (Channing Tatum) who discovers that humans really do exist. Other stars having roles in the film include James Corden (a human named Percy), Zendaya (a yeti named Meechi), Common (a yeti named Stonekeeper) and Danny DeVito (a yeti named Dorgle). James plays the role of Gwangi (yeti).

LeBron James as Gwangi via

James and the Cavs — now the third-ranked team in the Eastern Conference standings with a 43-29 overall record — will be back in action on Sunday afternoon, as they’re scheduled to face the Brooklyn Nets inside the Barclays Center at 1:00 p.m. EST.