Watch: LeBron Baptizes Wolves Defender With Monster Dunk

LeBron James is playing his 17th season in the NBA, and his game is sharper than ever. Some like to say that he is in the primetime of his professional career. Is he washed up? Of course not! This monster dunk over a Wolves defender is the best proof. The Los Angeles Lakers played the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday, and in the second quarter of the game, LeBron produced a highlight-reel play.

LeBron has so much to offer despite his age. Although he said that the Lakers will rely on Anthony Davis and his talent, it’s more than obvious that LeBron likes to remind everyone of his talent. He is doing that from time to time just to keep our memory fresh.

The four-time NBA MVP entered Sunday’s game averaging 25.6 points and 7.0 rebounds per game. He averages 10.7 and that’s the best record in the entire league.

LeBron is among the NBA’s leaders in dunks with 32 in the team’s first 23 games of the regular season.

The Wolves defender learned the lesson

The Los Angeles Lakers have a 20-3 record at the moment, and every bit of their game is spectacular. Of course, the defensive end is the best part of their game, and the same applies to their transition game.

The Purple and Gold have a really good chance to make the playoffs this season, and we have every reason to believe that. LeBron promised to win a title with the team, and he is on a good way to accomplish that. Anthony Davis is of great help for the team, and the Lakers signed him at the right moment. That’s why they struggled that much to sign him. That’s why the New Orleans Pelicans didn’t want to give up on him.

Los Angeles lost just three games of the regular season, and hopefully, that’s the only number of lost games for King James. This season is much better than the last one. In 2018, the Lakers were plagued with injuries, and the young players had hard time building chemistry with the star player. LeBron’s groin injury made everything worse. This year will be different. Let’s see what happens by the end of the season.

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