37 y/o LeBron James announces he wants to go to a team with Bryce Maximus, NBA twitter goes wild

Tonoy Sengupta
|Published August 30, 2022

NBA Twitter goes off on LeBron James after he announces he has eyes on the future `

LeBron James’s longevity at this point has been unparalleled.

Just this past season, at 37 years old, the King averaged an insane 30.3 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 6.2 assists. Those would be massive numbers even for an NBA superstar in the middle of his prime.

As he enters the 2022-23 season, it’s fair to say that expectations run high. And yes, while there are many ready to demean the man, saying that he’ll probably retire in a few months, it is very much a possibility that he continues playing at such a high level.

Why does he keep playing? Well, apparently the motivation thus far has been to stay in the league long enough to play with his older son, Bronny James, who will tentatively be drafted in about a year and a half, given that he turns 18 this year.

That alone would be crazy enough. But, James has decided to take it a teensy little step further. And well, you’re going to want to see it.

Let’s dive right into it, shall we?

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LeBron James announces how he is planning to play alongside younger son Bryce James as well

You read that right. LeBron James isn’t planning to stop with just Bronny.

Don’t believe us? Take a look at the tweet below.

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This is insane. Possible, but insane. And it’s fair to say that NBA twitter responded in kind to this news.

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All we can say is, for LeBron James’s sake, we hope he can achieve his goal. However, even with his longevity, it’s going to be difficult, since Bryce just turned 15 earlier this year.

But hey! If anyone can, it’s LeBron James, right?

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Tonoy Sengupta

Tonoy Sengupta

Tonoy Sengupta is an Editor of NBA content at The SportsRush. Coming from an athletically inclined family, he has been surrounded by sports ever since he was 4 years old. But, while initially pouring all his time into Football (soccer), at 14, Tonoy discovered basketball through the countless highlights of Stephen Curry humiliating players from Curry Land. And just like that, a fiery passion for the game was ignited within Tonoy. And soon after, he decided to become a student of journalism, graduating in 2022, and choosing sports as his area of interest. Today, you can find him spending 99% of his time browsing through every type of content on every team in the NBA, before uncorking everything he has found to the world. In the 1% he isn't doing this, you can find him playing Basketball, Football, Volleyball, or practically any other sport he has had the opportunity to learn.

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