LeBron James Shares Honest Admission On NBA Future

LeBron James is really focused on his season with the Los Angeles Lakers, but he is already planning his future. The four-time NBA champion has to carry his entire team on his back. LeBron plays elite basketball and his team has a chance to win a title thanks to his dominance. Let’s be honest. LeBron doesn’t even think of retiring… It’s not like he hasn’t thought about his before. Well, we are not suggesting that LeBron will retire in the near future. But, he is well aware of the fact that he will have to call it career at some point.

King James turns 37. Age has nothing on him. In his session with the media, LeBron talked about his future and some of the plans he has.

LeBron James has great plans for his future

To be honest, LeBron has so much to offer. He shouldn’t retire at this point.

“I know I’m on the other side of the hill, compared to the hill I was on before. I know that,” LeBron said. “But, I mean, I’ve thought about it, where I’m at with it. I’m still playing at such a high level, I haven’t given it too much thought.”

“But I’m in Year 19, and I’m not gonna do another 19, so I’m definitely not halfway in my career. I’m on the other side of the hill. So, we’ll see where the game takes me. We’ll see where my body takes me and my mind. As long as my mind stays fresh and my body stays with that, I can play the game.”

So far in the regular season, LeBron is averaging 28 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 6.8 assists per game. He has played in 24 games with the Lakers. Severe injuries kept him on the sideline for a long time. He also missed a game due to his altercation with Isaiah Stewart. Add another missed game due to COVID. It was a misunderstanding, of course. LeBron didn’t have COVID.

The king of basketball has a chance to do great things with his team. It’s time for a win.