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LeBron James Imitated Jayson Tatum And Damian Lillard On Instagram Live With His Sons: "Jayson Tatum! Right Hand Steppy! Dame Lillard. Pound Dribble."

LeBron James Imitated Jayson Tatum And Damian Lillard On Instagram Live With His Sons: "Jayson Tatum! Right Hand Steppy! Dame Lillard. Pound Dribble."

LeBron James and his Los Angeles Lakers are getting ready for a new NBA season where they'll try to bounce back and prove to people that they're not done yet. After a rocky 2021/22 campaign, the 17-time NBA champions have made some changes, especially in the coaching department, letting go of Frank Vogel and hiring Darvin Ham. 

Meanwhile, the King is trying to have fun while he's inactive. He has traveled around the world, hung out with celebrities, made some moves that earned him the status of a billionaire (the first active player to achieve that), and more. 

As he stated before, LeBron enjoys spending time with his children and on Wednesday, he hooped with his sons Bronny and Bryce in their driveway. The trio hopped on Instagram live to show their skills to fans while doing more stuff to entertain them. 

Enjoying time with my Young 🤴🏾's messing around playing a lil hoops scoop! #JamesGang👑

LeBron took that job very seriously and started mimicking some players' moves while shooting the ball. The 37-year-old picked Jayson Tatum and Damian Lillard as the players he wanted to imitate while doing his thing on camera. 

“Jayson Tatum! Right hand steppy! Dame Lillard. Pound dribble. LeBronnnnnn James!”

He also had some complaints with missed shots. At some point, Bronny missed one and hit Bron's Maybach with the ball, and the King wasn't having any of that. 

"Yo... F*ck," LeBron told Bronny. 

The Los Angeles Lakers players seem to be on a different page now that they have a new head coach. Anthony Davis is trying to have fun while eating a lot of food. Russell Westbrook looks like he's in great spirits again, while LeBron is living life with his kids, who also aspire to make it to the NBA in a couple of years. 

James won his 4th championship in 2020 and, seeing how great he played last season, there is still hope that he can add at least one more championship to his resume. The competition will be hard for the Lakers, but if they can turn things around and James plays at the highest level again, they'll have a big chance of winning it all once again.