Watch: LeBron James Hilariously Begins Tightroping Across Scorers Table in Middle of Lakers-Bulls Game

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James seems to be pretty happy with himself lately. Let’s just say that the four-time NBA champion is living his best life right now. The franchise is tied for the best record in the league, and LeBron’s MVP performance is of great help in the process. King James turned 36 in December. As you can see, age has nothing on him. Great LeBron James is having so much time that he walks on top of the scorers table.

That’s exactly what happened in the game against the Chicago Bulls. LeBron and his teammates had a dominant game. The Bulls couldn’t find a solution to the reigning champions.

LeBron James to walk on top of the scorers table again

Thursday’s win over the Bulls was more than enough for fans to start saying the obvious. Los Angeles has a real chance to win the championship this year. It was the best game LeBron had so far in the season. He had 34 points, 6 rebounds, and eight assists heading against Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Greek Freak won two straight MVP awards. LeBron and his teammates were far from happy with the MVP voting.

Los Angeles had a 113-106 win against one of the best teams in the NBA. LeBron was impressive against the Bulls, too.

Bulls players couldn’t handle the 63-33 halftime lead. Los Angeles finished the game with a 101-90 win. The Lakers defense was brilliant, and the Bulls shot just 39.3 percent from the field.

Bulls rookie Patrick Williams claims that LeBron was calling out some of their plays ahead of time. According to him, LeBron is watching a lot of film. The Bulls scored just 17 points in the first quarter and added 16 more in the second. Chicago tried to cut the lead in the second half of the game, but it was too late for the team. Los Angeles was brilliant, and Lakers players are moving on to their next opponent. It’s a good start to the road trip. LeBron is leading the way for his teammates. Anthony Davis is here to give him a hand.