Many individuals can describe LeBron James’ durability and greatness using that kind of blueprint. LeBron James has been playing in the NBA for such a long time that, according to Stat Muse, he recently made league history by being the first player to ever score 500 points in a single season.
The four-time NBA MVP is currently in his 20th season of professional competition. Even though this has been said repeatedly as we approach the 2022–2023 NBA season, hearing that LeBron James has been able to stick around this long still seems absurd.
He will turn 38 in December, yet he is still very much in demand. If the Lakers are to qualify for the playoffs and advance far, he must play at a high level.
LeBron has survived through the first game of the season alone, which is a testimonial to his seemingly indestructible physique and the extreme discipline he practices to keep himself healthy each year. In the past, several NBA players quit the league without even reaching 500 points in their careers.
In the end, Father Time will triumph. Even LeBron James will not triumph over his age, but he is undoubtedly making a valiant effort.
When the Los Angeles Lakers play the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday, LeBron James, who scored 31 points against the Golden State Warriors, will try to lead the Lakers to their first victory.