LeBron James Delivers Strong Statement on Future

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James has yet to make a decision on his future, but he did make a few comments on his next move. LeBron is one of the most accomplished basketball players of all time. Oh, wait, LeBron is the best basketball player we have ever seen.

If you ask the king of basketball, he would say that his greatest accomplishment doesn’t come in the form of a trophy. LeBron said he would love to share the court with Bronny.

The four-time NBA champion talked about playing with his oldest son. He made the same comment after the All-Star Game.

“That’s definitely one of my goals, but that’s a long-term goal,” he told reporters. “My son right now is in high school and enjoying what being a teenager is all about. But that would be pretty cool to go on my resume if I’m able to be on the same court as my son someday in this league. The league has given me so much, and I just try to give back to it. So if I’m able to give back the way I play the game, the way I inspire the game, what I brought to the game and also be able to give back by giving my son or lending my son to the NBA, that would be a treat for me and it would be an honor for myself.”

LeBron James sees himself winning more games in the future

Playing with his son would be great, but LeBron has all the motivation he needs to win games.

“I’ve got a lot of things that I’m still passionate about and motivated about still doing in my career, and still trying to win championships. That is the goal right now, and that is the motivation right now.”

The Lakers superstar is averaging 25.8 points, 8 rebounds and 7.8 assists in the regular season. LeBron played just 13 minutes in the All-Star game on Sunday, and scored 4 points.

LeBron had a big role before the All-Star weekend. Anthony Davis is out due to an injury, and LeBron had to play more minutes than usual. He was averaging 36.3 minutes in February. He played over 40 minutes in four games.