Draymond Green On LeBron James' 18th Season: "Yo, Why Is King James Still Getting Better... How?"

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Draymond Green, just like the rest of the NBA community, was in awe of LeBron James and his good performance against the Denver Nuggets Thursday night. The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Nuggets in a rematch of the 2020 Western Conference Finals, getting the 114-93 win.

It was LeBron, however, who stole the show, as the King keeps demonstrating he's one of the greatest players to ever do it. He recorded another triple-double against the inspired Nuggets, scoring 27 points with 10 rebounds and 10 assists. James has been playing great basketball and despite the fact he's 36 years old, it doesn't seem like he's aging.

Green reacted to James' big night, giving him some props on Twitter and asking why Bron is getting better with time. Most of the players are retired at this age and LeBron remains the best player in the NBA.

"Yo why is @KingJames still getting better... how? 🤯🤯🤯" Draymond wrote.

LeBron recorded his 23rd straight 15/5/5 games to start this season, which is a record in the NBA.

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Credit: TNT

He's actually playing better than in his MVP seasons and once again, this man is 36. When everybody thought he was going to sit for a couple of games given the short turnaround of the season, James hasn't missed a single game and is putting very impressive numbers.

He's already having the greatest 18th season in NBA history and he's set to keep making history. This man is not normal and he's still enchanting fans and even players with his display. James has the chance to win 5th NBA championship, 5th MVP and 5th Finals MVP with the Lakers this season and seeing the way he's playing that possibility is highly likely.