Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James has had a remarkable NBA career, setting records for points scored and minutes played. Despite his age of 39, James continues to perform at a high level this season, averaging 25.1 points, 7.6 rebounds, and 6.3 assists per game.
“He could play with both his kids if they make it to the league.”
– Robert Horry on LeBron’s longevity in the league 🗣️
— NBA (@NBA) December 1, 2023
Former Lakers player Robert Horry recently discussed LeBron’s longevity on NBA Hooper Vision. When asked if LeBron could play for another 25 years, Horry responded positively, highlighting LeBron’s commitment to maintaining his physical condition. Horry even mentioned the possibility of LeBron playing alongside his sons if they make it to the NBA.
In a positive development, LeBron’s son, Bronny James, has been cleared to return to practice with his team after a four-month absence due to cardiac arrest on the court. The James family expressed their gratitude to the medical team, USC community, and fans for their support. Bronny, a highly-rated college basketball recruit, chose USC over other schools and suffered the cardiac arrest during practice in July.
This news marks a positive step forward for Bronny James, and Lakers fans will be eagerly awaiting his return to the basketball court.