LeBron James has accomplished much throughout his 18-year career. A 4x Champion, 17x All-Star, and 4x MVP, he has racked up a rather impressive resume, no doubt cementing himself as one of the all-time greats.
But perhaps the most impressive aspect of his game is just how long he's been able to dominate. For nearly all of his years in the league, he has been a top player, going all the way back to his very first season.
In a chat with ESPN, NBA Champ Eddie House spoke on the topic, giving credit to James for the incredible longevity he's been able to achieve for his career.
“It’s just the way it goes now. I feel like these guys feel, we’re not going to give you what we have right now. You’re not gonna be able to prepare for it. You’re not going to be able to see what we can give you until it’s time for us to give it to you. I don’t agree with it. That’s why I gotta tip my hat to LeBron. Only reason why he’s not playing because some of the signs he’s been hurt. If he’s available, he’s always out there on the court playing.”
Even at 36-years-old, LeBron continues to be the best player in basketball, thanks mostly to his incredible court vision and unstoppable, constantly adapting scoring ability.
The dude is truly a marvel, and it's no wonder that even former basketball Champions are impressed y what they've seen.