Safe to say, LeBron James loves playing in his old home. On Monday night, he led the Los Angeles Lakers to a 131-120 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse with another memorable performance.

LeBron finished with a triple-double of 38 points, 10 rebounds, and 12 assists, highlighted by a monster slam over his good buddy and former Cavaliers teammate Kevin Love. With the win, the Lakers improved to 31-41 to stay in contention for at least a spot in the play-in tournament.

The King once again showed that he continues to defy Father Time, and Lakers coach Frank Vogel struggled to find the right words to describe what he just witnessed, per the report of ESPN.

“I'm all out of words. I don't have any more. He was in control, had an all-time dunk on his old teammate—his old friend, which I'm sure they enjoyed and will talk about. What a hell of a night.”

A hint of relief was palpable in Vogel's remarks, as he's been bearing the brunt of the heavy criticisms amid the Lakers' mediocre campaign, along with LeBron.

LBJ tallied his 105th career triple-double, the latest in what has been a string of personal feats over the past few weeks. The Lakers have been underwhelming, to say the least, but LeBron has been a thrill to watch. Most especially when he's back in his old stomping ground.