LeBron James ages like fine wine as he recently has been balling like a boss for the LA Lakers.
The King plays at an elite level on both ends of the floor in his 19th season. Just recently, when the Lakers decided to play small ball, James had to live up to the role of playing the center position — and sure enough, didn’t disappoint.
James was able to bag himself 4 steals, one of which elevated him to the 10th spot with a career total of 2,113 career steals, passing Alvin Robertson. As of today, he’s now officially top 10 in points (3rd), assists (8th), and steals (10th).
— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) January 8, 2022
Up next on the spot is Hakeem Olajuwon at 2,162. Will James yet again continue to break records and further solidify his name? Or will he find contentment to where he is today? Everyone, including James, beg to defer!
Year 19 👑 @KingJames
🟣 32 Pts
🟣 8 Reb
🟣 9 Ast
🟣 4 Stl
🟣 3 Blk pic.twitter.com/umdxxABpHd
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 8, 2022