Kyrie Irving, the Brooklyn Nets superstar, has a message for everyone who loves or hates LeBron James. It’s time to celebrate the 38-year-old’s sustained dominance in the NBA. In his last four games with the Lakers,
James averaged 36.0 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 7.5 assists. This is even more impressive when you consider that Anthony Davis missed a large chunk of the first half of the season. Instead of being surprised, Irving believes that fans should celebrate James and his achievements.
“He’s 38 years old and he’s still dominating,” said Irving in a post-game press conference after leading the Nets to a 128-120 victory over the Lakers. “I think we should congratulate him and celebrate him as much as possible.”
Kyrie Irving is not the only Nets player who appreciates LeBron James’ dominance in the NBA. Even Kevin Durant, who has been known to be a fierce competitor, was in awe of James’ ability to continue to impact games despite everything he’s been through.
Durant recently said, “It’s inspiring to see. As a competitor, it’s like, ‘Man, f**k that, I can do that st too.’ But then it’s like, ‘Dang, he’s in year 20, he’s 38 years old.’ He goes through so much. … Salute to that.”
LeBron James has his fair share of haters, but one thing that can never be taken away from him is that he’s one of the best players to ever grace the NBA court. He’s a living legend, and it’s time for everyone to recognize and celebrate his greatness.
LeBron James’ sustained dominance in the NBA continues to amaze and inspire players and fans alike. His ability to continue to impact games at the age of 38 is a testament to his hard work, dedication, and drive. Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant are just two of the many players who recognize and appreciate James’ greatness.
As the NBA continues to evolve, it will be fascinating to see how LeBron’s legacy continues to develop and how he continues to influence the next generation of players.