Despite being in the NBA since the 2003-04 season and the fact that he's nearly 35 years old this year, LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers seems to show no signs of slowing down in his second year in Tinseltown.
In Monday night’s game in which the Lakers faced off against the San Antonio Spurs, James absolutely slaughtered Rudy Gay with a dunk after blowing past him on the perimeter:
When is LeBron going to admit he's not human? pic.twitter.com/jnhmej67Ii
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) November 26, 2019
Remember, this grizzled veteran is nearly 35 years old and is 15th all time in minutes played in the regular season with 46,798 – and that’s not even counting his minutes played in the NBA playoffs, which sits at the all-time record of 10,049. That’s over 600 more than the second highest of Tim Duncan.
Despite that astonishing longevity, James continues to pummel dunks on defender’s heads and dust dudes off the dribble. Relish these highlights, NBA fans, King James won’t be playing in the NBA forever, making these highlights all the sweeter.