Most NBA players lose a step or two at 34 years old but Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James just seems to get better with age.

The King once again drank from fountain of youth on Friday, displaying his freakish hops in the Lakers’ game versus the Washington Wizards at Staples Center.

James, who has been the team’s primary facilitator this season, sat back as he allowed Rajon Rondo to take control of the offense in the first half.

Sensing a mismatch with his defender Davis Bertans, James made a beautiful cut to the hoop and was a recipient a well-timed lob from Rondo.

James finished the play the only way he knows how, throwing down a ferocious two-handed jam that sent the Staples crowd in a frenzy.

Now on his 17th year in the league, James is once again in the MVP conversation with averages of 25.8 points, 7.3 rebounds, 11.0 assists, and 1.3 steals 18 games for the league-leading Lakers.

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