LeBron Posts Amazing Instagram Post To Show He’s Aged Like a Fine Wine

LeBron James may be aging, but his game is sharper than ever. He will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2005. This man is aging like a fine wine.

When it comes to fine wine, LeBron likes drinking it.

King James’ last Instagram post proves it all.

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Some things never change! 👑

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“I’ll be watching it if we’re not in there, and it looks like our chances are slim to none after each and every game, and so many teams in the West are playing well,” LeBron said. “So you try to get better, but this won’t be the last time I’ll be in the postseason.”

“Obviously, I would love for the team to be in the postseason. Even if I’m not a part of it, the postseason I’ve always loved. But right now, it’s not the hand I was dealt, so you play the hand that you were dealt until the dealer shuffles the cards and you’re dealt another hand and can do that.”

When it comes to the current situation he is in, LeBron had a very specific explanation.

“You continue to try to lead them as much as you can,” LeBron said. “Both on the fly and on off days in the film room… Every day is another opportunity for them to learn and experience. You have to be very patient. They haven’t experienced a lot of this game, there’s a lot of things that’s new to them. They have to learn it on the fly, but I think the best teacher in life is experience, so for me to be able to use some of my experience to rub off on them… It’s challenging, but I king of knew what I was getting myself into.“I didn’t expect to be out five and half weeks at a crucial point in our season, and we also didn’t expect our other brain of the team to be out five and a half weeks. We both got hurt at the same time, and I just think it took a hit on our team at that point in time, which was a critical part going into the new year. But other than that I think our young guys are very pure, they love to play the game. there’s just some things that they have to continue to learn and we have to continue to be patient with them while they’re learning and take their bumps and bruises.”

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