The Lakers forward proves once again that time does not pass for everyone the same
LeBron James has once again shown that time does not pass for everyone the same. “It doesn’t surprise me because I know how much work I put into my craft, my body and getting ready to play,” James said via Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times. “So I can go out and do some things that other people still wonder how I can do.” One of those things that he can still do and that sounds like a chimera for the rest of the mortals is to risk his physique to end up crushing the rival rim. And so he did against the Rockets. The forward first played his physique to recover the ball in defense and ended up in the stands in an action that would have been a greater scare to others.
But not LeBron. The 37-year-old forward, and with 19 seasons behind him, shows that the work on his body pays off and despite the fall, James had time to get up and walk the court with Anthony Davis to finish the best play of the season. night in the NBA.
It is not the only presence of ‘King’ James at the top of the night. The four-time NBA MVP is also the protagonist in a play in which he shows that when he wants to, he is still unstoppable for any defense that gets in front of him.