LeBrons contract renewal raises speculation: can he really compete with his son in the NBA?

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 LeBrons contract renewal raises speculation: can he really compete with his son in the NBA?


In fact, LeBron himself is looking forward to it. He said in an interview in 2018: if you ask me what is the greatest achievement of my life, then I will say that if I can compete with my son in the NBA, this is my ultimate dream as an NBA player.

Whether father and son can compete on the same stage depends on LeBrons physical condition, but at present, he has no problem. He has been in the League for 17 seasons. On December 30, American time, he will be 36 years old. Although he is a veteran, his condition is still at the peak. Last season, he played 34.6 minutes per game, contributing 25.3 points, 10.2 assists, and 7.8 rebounds. He ranked second in MVP and entered the playoffs. He raised the data to 27.4 points, 10.7 rebounds and 8.7 assists, leading the lakeshore to win the fmvp trophy. As for the draft rules, USA today has reported in 2019 that the NBA has proposed to the players Union to amend the rules before the 2022 draft, which means that the NBA will restore the legal rights of 18-year-old players to participate in NBA draft after graduation from high school. Source: Netease sports Author: FXX editor: Huang Yu_ NS1604

Whether father and son can compete on the same stage depends on LeBrons physical condition, but at present, he has no problem. He has been in the League for 17 seasons. On December 30, American time, he will be 36 years old. Although he is a veteran, his condition is still at the peak. Last season, he played 34.6 minutes per game, contributing 25.3 points, 10.2 assists, and 7.8 rebounds. He ranked second in MVP and entered the playoffs. He raised the data to 27.4 points, 10.7 rebounds and 8.7 assists, leading the lakeshore to win the fmvp trophy.

As for the draft rules, USA today has reported in 2019 that the NBA has proposed to the players Union to amend the rules before the 2022 draft, which means that the NBA will restore the legal rights of 18-year-old players to participate in NBA draft after graduation from high school.