LeBron James Expected To Play 1-2 More Years, Say NBA Insiders


Photo: Instagram/LeBron James 

Los Angeles Lakers' iconic player LeBron James is anticipated to continue his illustrious career for another one to two years, as per insiders close to the NBA superstar.

At 39, James remains a dominant force in the league, showcasing his prowess with a remarkable 40-point performance in the Lakers' victory against the Brooklyn Nets. 

His enduring excellence places him alongside basketball legend Michael Jordan as the sole players in NBA history with multiple 40-point games post the age of 39.

Photo: Instagram/LeBron James

Acknowledging the twilight of his career, James expressed his awareness of the inevitable end, stating, "Not very long. I'm on the other side, obviously, of the hill."

Despite his impressive statistics this season, leading the Lakers in scoring, assists, rebounds, and steals, James faces a challenging path to secure his fifth championship ring, with the Lakers currently placed ninth in the competitive Western Conference.


While James' dedication to the game and desire for further success in Los Angeles remain evident, uncertainties linger beyond the speculated one to two years of play.

James aims to continue his pursuit of victory as the Lakers confront the Toronto Raptors tonight, seeking their seventh win in eight games.

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Source: Breacher Report 


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