NBA legend Lebron James doesn’t seem to have any intention of retiring anytime soon – until the Los Angeles Lakers star has been playing on the same side as his son Bronny.
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It looks like James, 37, has no intention of packing his coaches until he can play pro with his son Bronny.
The basketball the icon is currently focused on helping the Los Angeles Lakers in their bid to make the playoffs, and after beating the Utah Jazz, they’ll continue their push next Monday when they take on rivals LA. , Clippers.
And though James knows he’s already contemplating his final season in the sport – he doesn’t know exactly when that will be.
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“The last year I will play with my son,” he stated in an interview with The Athletic .
“I’ll be where Bronny is. I’ll do everything I can to play with my son for a year. This has nothing to do with money anymore.”
Student player Bronny, 17, currently represents the Sierra Canyon School in Los Angeles – and has long been considered a future star of the NBA.
‘The King’ is contracted to the Lakers through the summer of 2023, with ‘rule of one and done’ meaning Bronny is unlikely to make it to the NBA until 2024 at the earliest – hence James’ latest comments shows he can compete at a minimum for another three years.
However, it is possible that the family duo collaborated before that, with federation commissioner Adam Silver saying three years ago that he plans to change the rules about new players joining – although no yet. what comes true.
James also refused to rule out a third time sticking with the Cleveland Cavaliers, whom he helped win in 2016.
Little forward James, who also won two championships with the Miami Heat as well as his successes with the Cavaliers and Lakers, is the only player in history to have earned the right to the NBA Finals with three different brands.
He also holds the record for all-time playoff points, as well as most frequent season and playoff combined points, and is a two-timer. Olympic Gold medal.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/other-sports/american-sports/lebron-james-nba-bronny-lakers-26283101 LeBron James does "everything possible" to end his NBA career on the same team as his son