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Lakers star LeBron James reacts to throwback photo of him watching Barack Obama inauguration

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Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James took a trip down memory lane on Wednesday as Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States. The four-time NBA MVP treated fans with an old photo of himself and his two sons, Bronny and Bryce, back in simpler times in 2009.

As seen in the now-viral photo, a younger-looking LeBron was glued to his TV screen during the inauguration of then-president Barrack Obama. The amazing shot looked straight out of the time capsule considering the two Blackberry phones on the table while a young Bronny was busy playing his Nintendo DS.

The Lakers star, of course, couldn’t help but retweet the heartwarming photo of him and his boys.

LeBron James is a staunch supporter of Barrack Obama’s two-term administration from 2009 to 2017. The King even beamed with pride during his White House visits at the time of Obama’s reign. The Lakers superstar has also spoken against Obama’s successor, Donald Trump, and his policies for the last four years.

Joe Biden’s inauguration, meanwhile, is certainly a great day for LeBron and the rest of the league, who have thrown their full support for Biden’s campaign last year. This photo is a great reminder for LBJ that better days are back once more for America now that a new leader is set to assume the presidency.

James, 36, is currently on his 18th year in the league and coming off his fourth NBA title last season with the Lakers. He certainly has a resume worthy of the Hall of someday. But for now, LeBron is just fine reminiscing about some good old times.