LeBron James hasn't become one of the greatest and most honored NBA players of all time by magic. The King is one of the fiercest competitors in NBA history and he doesn't hesitate to show that whenever he steps on the court. James is different; he was always bound for glory and that's what he's chasing since he entered the league in 2003.
Bron has a different way to approach things and to get the best out of his teammates. He can be the most friendly player of all but when he needs to push people, he won't hesitate to do so. James uses a lot of facial expressions for everything and he knows sometimes it can be misunderstood. While talking with Richard Jefferson, Channing Frye and Allie Clifton on Road Trippin', James admitted he may have taken things a little too far with his body language and encourage his teammates and coaching staff to do the same with him.
"They're gonna say my facial expressions and body language was terrible, I apologize to all my teammates and coaching staffs, you can give me the same treatment."
Well, they can say whatever they want but it was a successful method for the Lakers. LeBron took them to the promised land, winning the first championship with the franchise in 10 years. James is ready to do the same this upcoming NBA campaign. This time, hopefully, with Bron using better faces to send message to teammates and those around him.