The James family is celebrating today, as the matriarch is doing another lap around the sun. Savannah James has been one of the most beloved and respected NBA wives for a while now, always helping her husband, LeBron James, and kids, creating a terrific image as a mom and wife.
Ever since she met LeBron, things have developed pretty well between them, and the King hasn't changed his feelings about her yet. On her 36 birthday, Bron traditionally posted a message on social media to celebrate his queen's life. This relationship just gets stronger every year, and Bron is very dedicated to his family, always hyping them up.
On Saturday, the player shared a short but meaningful message on Instagram, wishing all the best to his high school sweetheart, and showing his love for her.
👸🏾Happy Bday Queen!!! @mrs_savannahrj Live.Laugh.Love✨✨🤎🤎🤎 LOVE YOU!! ♾
He also shared a story with the post Savannah shared for herself, celebrating life, thanking for another year, and showing how happy she is.
Happy Birthday to me!!!✨✨✨✨✨ Beyond grateful for the woman I’ve become, and the journey I’m continuously on to be the best mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend I can be. #CheersTo36🧉 #AgingLikeWine😜
It's great to see that things are going well in the James household. This offseason has been very entertaining for them, especially with Bronny and Bryce James playing solid basketball and showing flashes of what they can do if they make it to the NBA.
Bronny is expected to make it to the pros before LeBron retires, making history with his old man in the association. As for Bryce, he's been touted as a better player than his brother, but it's unlikely that he will join LeBron in the league.
LeBron, meanwhile, is getting ready for a challenging 2022/23 NBA season where the Los Angeles Lakers will try to return to the glory. Things won't be easy as they are still stuck with Russell Westbrook, unable to make a move to ship the former NBA MVP. James is coming off a terrific season, individually speaking, where he averaged 30.3 PPG, 8.2 RPG, and 6.2 APG, shooting 52.4% from the field and 35.9% from deep.