Darvin Ham: "LeBron James can play until he's 50 year-old"

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Darvin Ham: "LeBron James can play until he's 50 year-old"
Darvin Ham: "LeBron James can play until he's 50 year-old"

Darvin Ham makes shocking prophecy about LeBon James! The NBA superstar has confirmed that he will continue to play for his 21st season. Rich Paul, his agent, recently said the four-time champion could play well into his 40s.

Los Angeles Lakers head coach Darvin Ham during an interview with SiriusXM NBA Radio, said the NBA star of the Lakers could play, if he wanted to, until he was 50 years old. He told: "At this age, what he's doing is unprecedented.

I hope he still has a few more years to go, but if there's anyone who can do it, he can play until he's probably 50. It's his self-care, his nutrition, his sleeping habits, his regimen, everything he does before work, during work, after work, his regimen, everything he does to make himself not just available, but elite level." We recall LeBron James spends about $1 million a year to keep fit.

Darvin Ham: "LeBron James can play until he's 50"

The Los Angeles Lakers star during the Espys awards ceremony, told: "The day is not today. It doesn't matter how many points I score or what I can do on the court. The real question is: can I continue to play without cheating this sport? The day I can no longer give everything on the court will be the day I stop.

Luckily for you, this day is not today." LeBron surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA's all-time top scorer last season and has a contract with the Los Angeles Lakers through 2025. Just after his elimination in the last Western Conference playoffs, LeBron had fueled doubts about his future on the court, thoughts however that were obviously linked to disappointment.

James is busy raising his children, especially that of 18-year-old Bronny, who next season will play in the NCAA with the Southern California college team and who could be ready for the NBA Draft as early as 2024.

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