Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is truly having a blast in the 2020-21 season so far. The King showcased just how freakishly athletic he is even at 36, as he decided to practice his tight rope skills in the middle of their game against the Chicago Bulls on Saturday.

LBJ ran out of bounds at one point and leaped right at the scorer's table at United Center. The 6-foot-8 forward proceeded to perform a balancing act before returning to the playing court.


NBA officials working the scorer's table, meanwhile, are already quite familiar with LeBron over the years because of that chalk ritual he used to perform before tip-off. Looks like the 4-time NBA MVP has found a new way to mingle with them during games. Some fans on Twitter, meanwhile, are already questioning why the Lakers superstar was not called for a technical foul for his actions.

LeBron and the reigning champs currently hold the best record in the league at 12-4. They won four of their last five games and are seeking to put an end to the Bulls' three-game winning streak. James continues to be phenomenal in his 18th season in the league, notching 24.4 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 7.6 assists in 16 games, while knocking down 48.3 percent of his field goals and 39.6 percent of his threes.