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  • Louie R
    Louie R Ай бұрын +745

    He was the Chosen 1
    We witnessed it
    20 years already.
    He about to be the all time leading Scorer while still putting up 25 a night.
    Incredible longevity

    • Scrachin&machin
      Scrachin&machin Ай бұрын

      @Notus dawg that was days ago lol I ain’t talking about that no more

    • Notus
      Notus Ай бұрын

      @Scrachin&machin back then there was less talent but was more physical so there was only a handful of teams that could win making 3 peating more easier with the right team. Mj joined a team that needed a superstar and once they got him the right teammates his on/off court point differential didnt change much compared to before. Meanwhile Lebron literally carrying a make a wish team to the finals when he was young even later on when he got decent teammates he faced harder teams.

    • Notus
      Notus Ай бұрын

      @Adam Sahib I mean he has to since he has day by day davis and westbrick on his team

    • Maria Yap
      Maria Yap Ай бұрын


  • KaneDylan
    KaneDylan Ай бұрын +415

    It’s crazy to think about how consistent this man has been, most people thought by his 2nd year he was only going to last 10-12 years in the nba. To be this good for this long and to continue to evolve day by day is something we’ve be spoiled to see.
    I’ll never forget being 10 years old in ‘05 in the library ripping the poster from sport illustrated for kids of his windmill on the knicks, Johnny Damon on the other side of the poster… man time flies, but good times last forever

    • RuffyG
      RuffyG Ай бұрын

      ​@PG 13PACERNATION the greatest for sure....the best, no ;)

    • (Dangi back home, Shai manifesting)
      (Dangi back home, Shai manifesting) Ай бұрын

      @KaneDylan what do you mean? Is that slang? Explain me

    • KaneDylan
      KaneDylan Ай бұрын

      @(Dangi back home, Shai manifesting) just like the whole nba was full of plumbers in the 90s

    • (Dangi back home, Shai manifesting)
      (Dangi back home, Shai manifesting) Ай бұрын

      @KaneDylan the whole context is full of PEDs, but hidden.

    • KaneDylan
      KaneDylan Ай бұрын

      @(Dangi back home, Shai manifesting) naw it’s not doping or anything, it’s simply because bron is him

  • Jiiji ceente
    Jiiji ceente Ай бұрын +216

    “I do what I want to do” That’s literally the perfect way to describe his game.

    • Newman C
      Newman C Ай бұрын

      Especially with Miami when he making shots he unguard able

    • Cynrik Jetlensr
      Cynrik Jetlensr Ай бұрын

      @UK 77 82why do you say that as if it’s better to not make it to the finals at all? Carrying trash teams to the finals in 2007, 2017, 2018, etc is impressive regardless

    • React King
      React King Ай бұрын

      @UK 77 82 51 points in the finals. One thing's for sure outside of 2011, you can never say lebron didn't show up.

      KOUNADI Ай бұрын

      @d_won1 bro just leave him alone. He’s suicidal. I’ve seen patterns of that in people.

  • baller money
    baller money Ай бұрын +156

    The amount of pressure at the age of 18 and exceeded every expectations goes to show how incredible this man is.

    • only truth
      only truth Ай бұрын

      ... 🔊 ... PREACH Brother ! ... l saw his 1 gm out here in Sacto ... You could not tell he was 18yo ... He played like he'd been there FOR YEARS ! ... He was BORN to be in The League ... l've been AMAZED Ever Since ! ...

    • A A
      A A Ай бұрын +2

      It’s crazy he was born poverty chosen 1

    • John Daver
      John Daver Ай бұрын


    • John Daver
      John Daver Ай бұрын

      Ilearn valuablelesson😊

  • Heavens Army Ministries
    Heavens Army Ministries Ай бұрын +55

    I think I speak for all of us true fans when I say, the NBA will never be the same without him.

    • Jason Collins
      Jason Collins Ай бұрын +2

      @Alan Anderson Sure he won 6 but he also retired in between those two. We saw Lebron in the finals for 8 straight years and he's been a top ten player for like 18 years.

    • Swervy2K
      Swervy2K Ай бұрын +3

      @Alan Anderson not really

    • Abdikadir Adan
      Abdikadir Adan Ай бұрын

      Well said and thank you for speaking for all of us Basketball fans and Yes, we agree with you.

    • Alan Anderson
      Alan Anderson Ай бұрын +3

      @caliba Jordan accomplished almost TWICE as much as LeBron in HALF the time.

    • caliba
      caliba Ай бұрын +2

      @Alan Anderson This one will feel different. A KING is about to retire from his throne after the greatest Reign in NBA History.

  • Michael Braswell
    Michael Braswell Ай бұрын +93

    TRUE STORY: In 2003, I waited purposely until after seeing Lebron's first NBA game to turn myself in to the authorities for 8 felony armed robbery charges. Now, in 2023 as a business owner, husband, and father I get the opportunity to see Lebron become the leading scorer in NBA history while in the comfort of my own home, with my family, and at peace. Just like myself, so many people doubted Lebron, gave him no chance, spoke ill about his abilities, and waited for his downfall. Against all odds and at the age of 38 he is a husband, father, billionaire, ambassador of the game he loves, and still hasn't spoken seriously of retirement. I don't see how anyone can hate on this man as an athlete and pillar of society. He is legendary. Salute to the king!!!!

  • Makaryo Iskaryote
    Makaryo Iskaryote Ай бұрын +121

    NGL, he really evolved his game and he ain't lying about doing whatever he wanna do coz I've witnessed him dominate games in every way imaginable. Getting to the paint, post moves, fadeaways, middies, 3-balls, heck even just being a facilitator. Y'all can't deny greatness.

    • juju💫
      juju💫 Ай бұрын


    • juju💫
      juju💫 Ай бұрын

      @-Sir WESLEE- lakers just been very unlucky 4 of their games they should of won but the officials got the call wrong but u can't blame everything on that with the team coming back from injuries I think they could atleast 7 of their next 10 games

    • -Sir WESLEE-
      -Sir WESLEE- Ай бұрын +2

      Just gotta get him a better team now so it ain’t a L on top of his stats most games

  • andy tsui
    andy tsui Ай бұрын +116

    man, I remember watching him in HS when he came to Columbus against Brookhaven - crazy to think he'll be tops in scoring AND ultimately top 3 in assists as well. the definition of a complete team player!

    • Clint Holt
      Clint Holt Ай бұрын

      @Anthony KING 🤣 possibly

    • Anthony KING
      Anthony KING Ай бұрын +1

      @Clint Holt I think he'll hold it for the rest if our time. Lebron isn't a great 3point or free throw shooter, as long as someone as durable, a better shooter comes around they'll break it. Maybe year 2150 or something lol

    • Clint Holt
      Clint Holt Ай бұрын

      @Anthony KING top scorer forever

    • The Fly Kingdom
      The Fly Kingdom Ай бұрын

      I was there too! I was in elementary school at the time. Andrew lavender was a beast too.

    • Ben Washington
      Ben Washington Ай бұрын

      I was 12 years old when I went to that game and was a Lebron fan ever since, Brookhaven was loaded with talent (Drew Lavender, Brandon Foust, Jamelle Cornley) great memories.

  • Slim Reaper 🥶
    Slim Reaper 🥶 Ай бұрын +185

    We are about to witness history soon. I’ve always been a KD fan, but Lebron to me was always one of my top 3 favorite players in the league. I think it’s the way he plays the game on the court with his smart IQ and being able to get his team wins and get to the finals pretty much every/every other season. Once he passes Kareem it’s going to be LEGENDARY. He will definitely be missed when he retires from the league. All respect to him 💯

    • John Genesis
      John Genesis Ай бұрын +1

      @Zenigundam Vince Carter played 22 seasons. If the record is meaningless, why has it stood for 40 years?
      Meaningless would be if Lebron was a role player, like Vince was at 20-22 years. Lebron is going to hit this record and play more seasons and is still able to drop 30-40. I don’t think you understand the difference between a player padding their resume, and Lebron effortlessly becoming the leading scorer in NBA history, and still able to compete for a title as a starter and franchise player.

    • John Genesis
      John Genesis Ай бұрын +1

      @Zenigundam Kobe didn’t go to college. Why doesn’t he have this record, if it’s meaningless?

    • Alan Anderson
      Alan Anderson Ай бұрын +1

      Karl Malone is the 3rd greatest player of all-time.

    • Jeffrey Ren
      Jeffrey Ren Ай бұрын +1

      @Zenigundam yeah idk why so many people care about beating Kareem's record since so many people have done it so far. So easy to do as long as you just play 20 years

  • YoungBlaze81
    YoungBlaze81 Ай бұрын +33

    Say what you want about the man but he'll definitely be missed when he retires.
    He's the definition of the Quadruple Archetype

  • TangoAlpha
    TangoAlpha Ай бұрын +44

    LeBron is gifted with all the talent in the world, and yet continued to work harder than most at his craft, that's a true testament to his character. He didn't waste any of his natural gifts he was given.
    Been a pleasure to watch him over his career, and appreciate it for what it is. We live in a time of GOATs across every major sport, and they'll be appreciated more in the decades that follow and the absence of greatness similar to them. This generation of athletes are a culmination of science, optimization, recovery and longevity that have produced numbers we may never see again.

  • Adriano Adriano
    Adriano Adriano Ай бұрын +16

    He's really King of basketball.. That body was doubted early as 2 years ago by critics and ESPN commentators. They said Lebron was done and shows slowing down of his body.. After that he get additional championship and out playing his previous years and playing like an MVP.

    • Leo Chan
      Leo Chan Ай бұрын

      They were also saying that in 2015, first year back to Cleveland after leaving Heat. And of course all the haters in early 2010s saying he won't be able to keep up after his athleticism fades

  • Karter Trontvet
    Karter Trontvet Ай бұрын +8

    Crazy thing is that he also has 7600 playoff points. Shattered that record as well.

    • Shadgelato251
      Shadgelato251 Ай бұрын

      That's another record that won't be broken for a very long time

  • David Garcia
    David Garcia Ай бұрын +34

    Truly one of the greatest players we will ever see, if not the greatest. The king 👑 lives on ...

    • Alan Anderson
      Alan Anderson Ай бұрын +1

      @Swervy2K LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!
      The ONLY hall of fame teammate Jordan had for his first 3-peat was Pippen.
      ONE Hall of Famer = 3 PEAT.

    • Swervy2K
      Swervy2K Ай бұрын

      @Alan Anderson jordan couldn't win it all without at least 2 hall of famers on his team, same with lebron, yet lebron had to play against more hall of famers

    • MrHarvard Yayayay
      MrHarvard Yayayay Ай бұрын

      MICHAEL JORDAN : 👁👄👁

    • Esam Rikkabi
      Esam Rikkabi Ай бұрын

      @Alan Anderson you the first person I seen write out "shaking my head" 😂

    • Alan Anderson
      Alan Anderson Ай бұрын +1

      @dedo LMAO. That's not how you judge it. Because LeBron HIMSELF had multiple Hall of Fame players on HIS TEAM so it cancels each other out. Shaking my head...How do you not understand this??????

  • JBking1998
    JBking1998 Ай бұрын +26

    As a Bulls fan I used to hate this man 😭😭😭 Everybod in the East knew they had to go thru Lebron if they wanted to win anything 😂😂 I let that hatred go when he went to the west and is still doing the exact same thing 😫😫 Gotta give that man his flowers 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

    • Shawn Chia
      Shawn Chia Ай бұрын

      It's just incredible that he has been able to perform as such a high level this season.. im pretty sure im not the only one who thinks this season will be when he will start declining hard.. but boy oh boy, he has really shown us

    • Dejuan Williams
      Dejuan Williams Ай бұрын +1

      Naw fr

  • Its about to get Thragg in this mf'er

    No player who's ever stepped on a court has had more expectations on his shoulders than this man. He lived up to it all. Surpassed it even. Who would've thought we'd see Kareem's seemingly unbreakable record shattered. Well done, King James.

  • Lord_Freezy Andres
    Lord_Freezy Andres Ай бұрын +1

    It’s just insane the amount of energy James has

  • Golden Hoops
    Golden Hoops Ай бұрын +5

    GOAAAATTTTT !!! 🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐

      HUSTACE Ай бұрын +1

      So you still here to witness history

  • The People's Kobe
    The People's Kobe Ай бұрын +25

    He just said it casually… “ I do what I want to do”

    • Riri
      Riri Ай бұрын

      So where's the narrative now that LeBron makes his teammates better? 🤷‍♂️

    • dreams
      dreams Ай бұрын

      @Riri What? and no one makes their team better you either have a good team or you don't.

    • Dinghat
      Dinghat Ай бұрын

      @Riri tf are you taking about, so your saying that even Kobe, MJ and Kareem are losers because Kobe had 15, MJ had 9, and Kareem had 14 losing seasons😂 I think MJ is still the goat but come on, that’s the worse argument I ever heard.

    • Riri
      Riri Ай бұрын

      So you're saying that LeBron can't make his teammates better. Cool.

    • dreams
      dreams Ай бұрын

      @Riri He was against 2 dynasties for the majority of it. Against hall of famers for every finals except 2020.

  • Anıl
    Anıl Ай бұрын +3

    What a career, 20 years. Time passes fast. All thanks to King for giving us good matches and inspiration.

  • Clutcher SHEEEESHHH
    Clutcher SHEEEESHHH Ай бұрын +1

    He really deserves all of this!!! I can proudly say that I witnessed your greatness Lebron!

  • N. L
    N. L Ай бұрын +48

    Idk why people hate on this Man. He is the epitome of hard work and persistence

    • Kilah Lipstick
      Kilah Lipstick Ай бұрын +1

      Because people today have a bandwagon hate train mentality and do as others do without thinking for themselves. Somewhere it became cool and popular to hate Lebron for no reason I lived in Cleveland when he made "The Decision" I understood the decision but didn't like the way it was done but couldn't help but respect it. Clevelanders had a right to be mad but I personally never hated him ever. Ever since that moment, other people started hating because everyone else was doing it. Then they tried to say he was a flopper that didn't stick because when was the last time you saw him flop? I have been going to his games since high school and now live on the west coast and although at times I wish he had a killer mindstate like Jordan and Kobe I still marvel at his game playing all this time. It's crazy when I think my son was 3 when I took him to his first Cavs game and my son is 23 and Lebron is still playing. At the end of the day, he is an all-time great who lived up to the high school hype and the numbers don't lie. The only big man in the top 5 in assists plus he breaking the scoring record is amazing.

    • BrunO
      BrunO Ай бұрын

      @Alexx Allert my mom? Cmon bro mom jokes as an adult? Plus such a weak one? You defo have to level up

  • Tasha Bell
    Tasha Bell Ай бұрын +8

    You the man LeBron James your charisma your peace your enthusiasm for what you believe in you are the BOSS the GOAT and a CARETAKER I'm happy to be a fan that is a witness about your greatness King LeBron James ❤️

  • LeBeautiful
    LeBeautiful Ай бұрын

    One small step for man, another big step for a legendary moment.

  • Jaron Taylor
    Jaron Taylor Ай бұрын +7

    Lol how time flies...I'll never forget the lebron shot from half court almost that beat Dwight and the magic in the playoffs...that was awesome...

  • Ian Cruz
    Ian Cruz Ай бұрын +5

    A phenomenal icon! ❤️ I love this guy Forever

  • Michael Storay II
    Michael Storay II Ай бұрын +1

    What LeBron has been able to accomplish over the last 20 years is the pinnacle of greatness. A family man, and a good role model!

  • Frankie
    Frankie Ай бұрын +2

    The game winner vs gsw is his best bucket of all time. The shot, celebration, the camera angle. Legendary

  • Christian
    Christian Ай бұрын

    As a true fan of nba and loves basketball thank you bron for 20 years of greatness, congratulations in advance and I very much respect you!.

  • Naman Shah
    Naman Shah Ай бұрын +2

    Haters talk about 4-6 Finals record. Why not appreciate that he has led some of the worst structured teams to the Finals? It is beyond imagination just to take the team to the Finals when they are even not supposed to be there without this guy. He has never cheated the game. Always available for small or big games. Dont forget what he does off court for the people. The greatest inspiration, the greatest story and the greatest complete player of all time

  • Erik Juarez DK
    Erik Juarez DK Ай бұрын

    Can't deny that he is one of the all time greats.

  • Jibs23
    Jibs23 Ай бұрын +5

    The best of his era he deserves the record for the amount of time he played

  • T.M. Tate
    T.M. Tate Ай бұрын +18

    This man has always had a beautiful humble spirit.

    • M. Star
      M. Star Ай бұрын +1

      So True!! Such a good Guy. Much Love & Respect for LBJ

  • Pepe
    Pepe Ай бұрын +8

    What's crazy is that this man raised his season scoring average at age 38. He'll prolly average 25 5 5 at age 40 at this rate, man's just built different.

  • Adrian Billy
    Adrian Billy Ай бұрын +5

    My God, times flies so fast. What a memory.

    • Adrian Billy
      Adrian Billy Ай бұрын

      @Dallas Born stay strong, basketball already make us unite......

    • Dallas Born
      Dallas Born Ай бұрын +2

      I said the same thing about Dr. J. Then Jordan now James. I thank God to be alive to be a witness!!!

  • Anthony A
    Anthony A Ай бұрын +27

    Me remembering lebrons first basket makes me feel old myself lol. My fave lebron moment was 1:52

  • EmmanTheSlumpGod
    EmmanTheSlumpGod Ай бұрын +1

    His is A MONSTER THAT keeps evolving, while slowing down. Better and better every year.

  • WhenItsHalfPastFive
    WhenItsHalfPastFive Ай бұрын +15

    2 decades of dominance. Unprecedented.

  • Yoshiki Grg
    Yoshiki Grg Ай бұрын +9

    We are witnessing history my friends.
    LBJ 👑

  • proud gatekeeper 🇵🇭
    proud gatekeeper 🇵🇭 Ай бұрын +2

    Mannnnn can we just appreciate how great this guy is 👑😤

  • Dae Da Don
    Dae Da Don Ай бұрын

    I love that no matter what anyone says he still stays confident and doesn’t stop grinding he’s the definition of 🐐 enjoy that record Lebron

  • Brandon Didion
    Brandon Didion Ай бұрын +3

    It literally seems like a lifetime ago my buddies and I would drive to to St. V St. M games to see this kid who had so much hype. His high school games reminded me of the ones in movies. And after all the hype..lived up to every bit of it.

  • Jan R.
    Jan R. Ай бұрын +5

    That fact that he is still able to be consistent on a daily basis at age 38 he is my goat man. i cant wait to witness history.

  • lairjmjcccb
    lairjmjcccb Ай бұрын +1

    This has to be a dunk. Let’s go LeBron.
    Please win the game also.

  • dustin stamey
    dustin stamey Ай бұрын +5

    Love watching him. Saw Michael Kobe Curry Bird Magic….I’ve been lucky to see the last 35 years and I’m excited for the future

    • dustin stamey
      dustin stamey Ай бұрын

      @Mr basically true artist! You watch how I do. I’m often amazed!

    • Mr basically
      Mr basically Ай бұрын

      for me it started with kobe, my god this new generation has no idea how amazing it was to see him play. he was an artist.

  • J V
    J V Ай бұрын

    Lebron deserves respect of everyone. He has given a lot for basketball. Showed how great he is.

  • AAAsteve
    AAAsteve Ай бұрын +3

    The most dominant physical force in the history of professional athletics!

  • Mr. Clutch
    Mr. Clutch Ай бұрын

    I’m not a LeBron fan but I do admire his talent. Let’s go Warriors!!!!

  • Mysterious World
    Mysterious World Ай бұрын

    Im happy that in my entire existent to this world I was able to watch three greatest players of all time!!

  • Lyle Eurie Naquita
    Lyle Eurie Naquita Ай бұрын

    To be able to do what he does best, and still play at a high level in his year 20 against the most skilled players of this era, and despite all pressure & criticism, Lebron remained true to basketball. To my GOAT, magbasketball ka hanggang gusto mo! Proud fan here since day 1.

  • J.J. Wren
    J.J. Wren Ай бұрын +9

    2nd greatest player of all time! So happy to be alive to witness history!

    • J.J. Wren
      J.J. Wren Ай бұрын

      @Michael Shackelford I agree.

    • EYEwatch 2see
      EYEwatch 2see Ай бұрын

      @J.J. Wren Lebron's the G.O.A.T
      (your permission is not needed)

    • Michael Shackelford
      Michael Shackelford Ай бұрын

      If we just going off pure hooping it's plenty of people better, melo,dwade ,Jordan, etc but his athletic abilities makes him unstoppable. He actually been doing what he does since high school. Fadeaway jumpers attacks the basket. Has a basic bag but it's effective. Kinda like a person who runs the same on
      Play on madden but you can't stop it

    • J.J. Wren
      J.J. Wren Ай бұрын

      @NG 7 Nah, man. I'll take 6 finals wins over 10 cakewalk trips to the finals any day. 2 finals losses in which LeBron disappeared. MJ has an unblemished finals record. That's not all. LeBron is amazing, but these records he is breaking have a lot to do with his longevity, which absolutely counts for something. He's just not MJ.

    • NG 7
      NG 7 Ай бұрын +1

      1st* at this point anyone who got him 2-3 is delusional

  • You’re*
    You’re* Ай бұрын

    Let's just appreciate this man and stop comparing already. Dude is an all time great and we all had a chance to witness his greatness. Dude is a walking legend.

  • bollocksnlilies
    bollocksnlilies Ай бұрын

    Dave has the appropriate respect for Bron and I love that he only lets these people talk to him. He protects his peace and he knows his worth.

  • ai papi
    ai papi Ай бұрын

    the 'silencer'...one of the best celebrations in Sports history!! hands down..

  • Riley
    Riley Ай бұрын

    One of the only players in the history of the game who could play all 5 positions at an all star level

    JOEY BOY GARCIA Ай бұрын

    I’m glad to witness this guy playing basketball since day 1 and I’m one of your biggest fan.

  • Sajeran Shan
    Sajeran Shan Ай бұрын

    Appreciate Lebron while he still in the league, all-time great blessed to have witness his career.

  • WiL AurService
    WiL AurService Ай бұрын

    Witnessed greatness and also appreciate always.

  • Jowell Figueras
    Jowell Figueras Ай бұрын +10

    I knew LeBron was special since Day One from his Irish ☘️ Highschool Squad 🔥🔥🔥🔥🤫😈 I watched all of his documentaries 🎉🎉🎉 Congrats King James you deserve this Everyone Doubted you 😢 you proved them wrong 😈☘️

  • xPure Gaming
    xPure Gaming Ай бұрын +3


  • Rafid Ammar
    Rafid Ammar Ай бұрын +25

    Gave me chills. G.O.A.T🐐

    • Rafid Ammar
      Rafid Ammar Ай бұрын

      @Riri how is it a stawman? What I'm trying to say is, your argument saying the goat just based on the finals record, or rings total is just stupid, it's not enough

    • High Value Man
      High Value Man Ай бұрын

      @Rafid Ammar Lebron got kicked out the first rd by Phoenix, and didn’t make the play in what’s the excuse for that

    • Riri
      Riri Ай бұрын

      @Rafid Ammar
      No, because you are the one who used a strawman argument first. The point is about MJ and LeBron, not Bill Russell vs LeBron or MJ.
      Sit down.

  • ygoeb13
    ygoeb13 Ай бұрын

    An underrated lob was the fast break against Portland during the heat years. Some clips show the sky cam shot and it's unreal

  • Carl Joseph Gratil
    Carl Joseph Gratil Ай бұрын +1


  • tmub
    tmub Ай бұрын

    The most scrutinized great of all time 🐐

  • Jan Emil Vergel de Dios
    Jan Emil Vergel de Dios Ай бұрын

    @1:48 still getting chills seeing this.

  • Roger Rabbit
    Roger Rabbit Ай бұрын

    Imagine if he scored the surpassing points with the sky hook. Something to behold and cherish forever

  • jewellery
    jewellery Ай бұрын

    It's not a waste of time being a super fan of King 👑 James..it's means I am in a right way. Being watching him all the time since in highschool..
    I am glad that I know him..
    I never been Idol in NBA but only LeBron..
    Thank you if you break the Scoring
    Since 32 years..
    Respect to Kareem..

  • Alex Bailey
    Alex Bailey Ай бұрын

    I’ll always remember Lebron for his finishing with contact. To me that’s his signature, nobody better at finishing with contact.

  • HughsReviews
    HughsReviews Ай бұрын

    When this man retires, the highlight videos are going to be fantastic and plentiful. Even the haters will miss him when he walks away from the game.

  • Asheru Judo
    Asheru Judo Ай бұрын +1

    Playing at the level he is, he should really be a contender for chip. I just wish he had better teammates this season.

    • Double dragon
      Double dragon Ай бұрын

      Who knows if lakers can trade AD and Russ for some young stud. He is back in right away.

  • NationOfAfrica
    NationOfAfrica Ай бұрын +3

    I first learned about Lebron here in Kenya 🇰🇪 during a visit to a doctors office. His story was on a magazine. Could be the Sports Ilustrated from high school but I don't think Lebron was in high school yet at that time. So probably a different magazine article

  • Anas Shahid 224
    Anas Shahid 224 Ай бұрын

    LeBron James about to make history! All time leading NBA Scorer 👏👏👏👏🐐

  • Rune Mamba
    Rune Mamba Ай бұрын

    I shed a tear watching this

  • Duper Fat
    Duper Fat Ай бұрын

    Pretty crazy how different melo and bron’s career turned out. Similar size, same draft, both very athletic and strong.
    Melo came into the league already very skilled offensively in midrange, 3s and bullyball in the post. Basically stayed the same through his prime. Bron came into the league with mediocre shooting, no post game, but very good driving and passing, reading the floor. Learned to shoot quite well and post up quite well after 2011 finals loss (great percentages on long 2s and 3s for a couple seasons, led league in scoring from the post one season after learning to post). Very versatile defensively, but effort fell off later on.
    Melo started on a great team on denver, then went on to basically choose $$ several times over joining strong teams (gut knicks before joining, resign with rebuilding knicks etc.). Lebron basically suffered 7 years carrying terrible Cavs teams, then went on to only join teams that would contend with him leading.
    Imagine if it was the other way around, melo rounding out his game and just making slightly better bball decisions. He’d be an all-time great no doubt

  • Ryan Michael
    Ryan Michael Ай бұрын +1

    GOAT legacy cemented! It’s a wrap. 🐐

  • Samboy Wakita
    Samboy Wakita Ай бұрын

    Genius of basketball of all time🎉

  • Bruce Tumblin Jr
    Bruce Tumblin Jr Ай бұрын +9

    Give this man his flowers!!

  • Raymond Felix
    Raymond Felix Ай бұрын


  • RaidenLP
    RaidenLP Ай бұрын

    I’m a thunder fan and I’m proud that he might break the record against us

  • Tayina P
    Tayina P Ай бұрын +1

    I keep thinking that LeBron and Gregg Popovich would have been a lethal combination for this league. Most of the coaches he's had benefited from the fact that he's a coach on the floor. Imagine if he had a chance to be coached by the best coaches. LBJ looks and plays like the perfect basketball player. 🐐

    • Clifton Connor
      Clifton Connor Ай бұрын

      I think Pop would have held him back, especially with that roster. Probably would have won more titles, but fewer points.

  • uvolhdn
    uvolhdn Ай бұрын

    cant lie - i respect him for even talking to espn after the bs they always spewed about him for years

  • Spiv Major
    Spiv Major Ай бұрын

    "I've evolved to the point where I do what I wanna do"
    We should all be evolving to that point in our LIVES..
    Blessings G..

  • K3vin
    K3vin Ай бұрын

    The thing abt LeBron is that when I watch him I feel like I’m watching the greatest player to ever play this sport. But then I watch Mj do the same thing in his era, I also feel I’m watching the greatest player to ever play this sport.
    They are both so great that I can’t choose who’s better😂😂😂 (not including rings, statistics, etc…)

  • Techneeque South Africa
    Techneeque South Africa Ай бұрын

    For me, his shot that I really liked was that 3 pointer against D Rose Bulls in the playoffs, ya'll know which one I'm talking about😎

  • destry frans
    destry frans Ай бұрын

    LeBron is such a legend that he grew his hairline back🤯. Nah but in all seriousness, much respect for him and his talent and legendary career 💯

  • Pablo Zamano
    Pablo Zamano Ай бұрын

    This was epic 🔥 long live the KANG!

  • Parsley Eugene
    Parsley Eugene Ай бұрын +3

    Man, I loooooove LeBron!

  • Malvin00
    Malvin00 Ай бұрын +1

    This is Lebron’s legacy

  • Josh Smith
    Josh Smith Ай бұрын

    When you say I’ve unlocked another part of his game I can do what I want at 38 yrs old he’s a 🐐

  • Unclejhoe groundTV
    Unclejhoe groundTV Ай бұрын

    20 years is amazing to witness you king

  • K3vin
    K3vin Ай бұрын

    You can not tell me anyone is more clutch than the man who has the most game winners and closing shots.

  • Double dragon
    Double dragon Ай бұрын

    I remembered lebron was icing his knees after games in high school. His teammates laugh at him and say he is like a grandpa. He says I need to take care of my body. It shows he is right. How many young athlete will have this kind of awareness since that young?

  • LBJ23
    LBJ23 Ай бұрын +6

    it is official
    LBJ is the G.O.A.T.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  • Kai Streets Visuals
    Kai Streets Visuals Ай бұрын

    I want to see him pass Kareem with his signature two hand reverse dunk. That right there would be epic. Kids will look back at this dunk at age 38 and wonder how he still had that much athleticism. He’s a real freak of nature. The most talented freak of nature we’re seen. Straight up. If you can’t respect it it’s a YOU problem 🤷🏽‍♂️

  • DuhJayJo
    DuhJayJo Ай бұрын

    Lebron is so inspirational and he ain't even done

  • ends15
    ends15 Ай бұрын

    The problem with this is that when he retires we have to do this all over again. I don't hate lebron as much as I hate how much the media pushes him down our throats
    Even Michael wasn't talked about this much every single day

  • Allhan Alfonso
    Allhan Alfonso Ай бұрын

    long live the king! 👑 greetings from the Philippines 🇵🇭

  • les go
    les go Ай бұрын +2

    The GOAT.

  • Sourav Kumar Rout
    Sourav Kumar Rout Ай бұрын

    My man, he is my favourite player, but I really miss his peak time elevation, his knee would be right at your face while dunking lol, and those contested af fadeaways, he could elevate back then. Sighs.. Father time may be unbeatable, but my man is putting on one hella fight. Love you Bron.. just keep playing.. that's good enough for me. I am just blessed to watch you play man.

  • ScottiePimpin
    ScottiePimpin Ай бұрын

    He dominated in 3 decades really if you think about it. 2000’s, 2010’s and now 2020’s