Written by on January 3, 2020


It is an indisputable fact that LeBron James is one of the greatest players that the NBA has ever seen. His dominance has been relentless since his first game after being drafted in 2003 straight out of high school and has been a record-setting force ever since. Now having won three championships, four MVP titles and a setting a slew of records, 17 seasons later LeBron has his eyes set on a new goal with the Los Angels Lakers. Joining the dynasty that has housed hall of fame players such as Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, and Wilt Chamberland just to name a few, Lebron is on a mission to become the most complete all-around player in NBA history. Presently, LeBron plays the position of starting point guard for the Lakers which was an unprecedented move seeing that LeBron has played small/power forward his entire career, but the move has also been quite lucrative for the Laker organization. Currently, LeBron is leading the NBA in assists at 10.9 per game, the highest mark of his career, which puts him 9th all-time in assist, and is the only player averaging in double-figures so far this season. Recently passing the legend himself Micheal Jordan on the all-time scoring leader board and also in assists, LeBron is surely climbing his way to the top of becoming the all-time all-around greatest player in NBA history.

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