You can say what you want about his attitude or his ball-hog tendencies or anything else but you cannot deny that he is supremely talented.
And he has been for some time.
LeBron was setting “Youngest Ever” records back in the day. And now he’s setting “Oldest Ever” records. Insane. pic.twitter.com/qLo49VSW8l
— LeBron History 🏀 (@bronhistory) July 19, 2022
For a while, we have been paying close attention to all the records James has been breaking related to the accomplishments he’s achieved at his age.
But he used to set records for his youth too.
Back in the day, James was the youngest to be selected number one in the draft, score 40 points in a game, lead his team in points per game, score 1,000 points, win All-Star Game MVP, and much more.
From beginning to end, James has been a player unlike any other.
Now the question is if he has the ability to set just a few more records.
Beating Father Time
Despite his age, James is still the best player on his team and one of the best in the entire NBA.
There is no doubt that he could still find great success in one more NBA Finals before retiring.
But he needs a team that is able to get there with him.
Last season’s Lakers were a complete mess but the front office is intent on trying to turn things around.
But even if the Lakers still have a rocky season, there is no doubt that James will once again perform like a unit all season long.
He’s done that since his first year in the league.