LeBron James is ready to reclaim his crown as the best player in the world next season. After a tumultuous 2020/21 NBA season, he and his Los Angeles Lakers are looking for revenge, especially after landing Russell Westbrook in a blockbuster trade.
Bron will enter his 19th NBA season playing at the highest level, beating father time year after year. LeBron is probably the most durable player in NBA history, and we're yet to see how many more years he can keep playing at this level.
He's the perfect example of longevity in the league, and after draft night, we learned about another mind-blowing fact of James' durability. When he faces the Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies next season, Bron will go against two Bronny James' former high school teammates, Ziaire Williams and Brandon Boston Jr.
Both players come from Sierra Canyon, where Bronny plays. In college, Boston Jr. went to Kentucky while Williams joined Stanford.
On draft night, Williams was a lottery pick, getting drafted by the Memphis Grizzlies at 10th. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Clippers picked BJ with the 51st pick of the night after completing a trade with the New Orleans Pelicans.
It's not strange to say that these two have bright futures. Besides, if Bron keeps giving them advice during their time in the league, there will be no limit for the players.
This situation makes LeBron dream of playing with son Bronny in a couple of years. Bronny is set to enter the draft in 2023 or 2024, and the King will be ready to welcome his heir to the association.