It’s hard to sum up the power and skill of LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers.
During his 20 years in the league, James has done just about everything, from winning four championships to appearing in 19 All-Star Games to acquiring four MVP trophies.
Beyond that, he has helped each of his teams in numerous ways, some of them very surprising.
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The superstar talked about his ability to be all things for his squads.
“I’m not a point guard, I’m not a shooting guard, I’m not a small forward, a power forward,” James said during All-Star Weekend.
“I’m a basketball player. Whatever the team needs, you can put me in on the floor, you can implement me in there and I can make it happen,” he added.
After years of amazing success, no one would argue with that.
Throughout the years, James has filled the roles reserved for small forward, power forward, point guard, shooting guard, and even center.
In fact, over the last season, James repeatedly played the center role for his Lakers, stepping up when Anthony Davis has been hurt.
The reason that James can pretty much do whatever his team needs is because he understands the game expertly and is able to read his teammates well.
Whether he is receiving an assist or the one who is creating it, James is not only a team leader but a team player as well.
Since he is able to find success from anywhere on the court, James is now the all-time point leader in the NBA.
It doesn’t matter what his team needs or what position they want him to play, James is not only capable, but eager to do it.NEXT: Danny Green Explains Why He Didn't Join The Lakers