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The fact LeBron is still playing at this high a level at almost age 37 is insane. The guys been in the league for almost 20 years and he is still one of the all time greats. I’m so glad I’ve gotten to witness his career as long as I have. We may never see another player like him ever.
And guess what? It is now 2023 and he is still playing at FREAKING 38! (Plus, he's having career high games)
@Eric Bogar Jordan was given hofers, great team and a hof coach. Keep those rose tinted glasses on though.
@Vizr no, jordan maybe, kobe definetly not
@Always on hots Rodman was late 30s when he came to the Bulls man. Still good but not a prime Rodman. Plus Jordan was already into his 30s when he came back. And his initial 3peat was just him and Pippen.
This video gave me literal chills and choked me up. Two decades. The man just can’t be human at this point.
@DaZ I guess that's another thing he's one of the best at.
@Crimzon 【クリムゾン】 no. It’s called gear lmao. Bro is juiced.
I know right. LeBron just takes care of himself better than everyone else which is why his production on the court has hardly changed since then.
Since Jimmy made this video, these are Lebron's splits/efficiency for the last 7 games;
Not to mention, on New Years Eve, Bron was 43/14/4 w/ 2stl/2blk on 61% fg & 50% 3pt (Five 3's) in 29min.
The man is unreal.
now he is the all time leading scorer!
Hahahahaahh he just scored 46-8-7 lol😅
Now he still scores 47 points lol! This man is unreal
It just shows that LeBron is watching his videos.
@J -D-A-W-G he defies it thats for sure. For sure LeBron realises he ages himself but his production makes us think he isnt 😂
Love having Jmmy remind me of Lebrons greatness from time to time. So easy to get lost in the sauce and forget to give thanks to moments we will long for in the future.
I was just young enough with MJ that i don't remember watching him play. I am glad I got to watch a great like Lebron for so long. I personally am a hater because he is just too damn good. But even through my hate I can acknowledge that one day I will be wishing to have seen more of him play. I can't wait to see who will be the next greatest.
That’s crazy man. Just yesterday at the age of 34 two days ago he scored 56 on the WARRIORS. I’m definitely gonna cry when he retires. The man gave it his all.
He’s 37 actually, man. It’s insane.
Dwyane said himself that he's watched Bron turn and ankle that would have him out 2 weeks and just tighten his shoe up. Out of all his physicals Lebron's strength is the most overlooked. He is built perfectly to take the knocks of the sport. He's huge and got the quick twitches, but his ligaments, tendons and overall frame just keep him ģoing. Not fair in anyway, but it doesn't say anywhere it has to be.
@joseph gallo Bro! That's what beards are for. 😂
@c'mon son yeah I’d love to shred a few percentage more for sure my jaw doesn’t really show when I’m not eating right or working out
@joseph gallo I would image. It's harder for people to estimate body weight now-a-days because the average person is like 30+% body fat. And people forget muscle weighs more but takes up less space. Definitely far from unhealthy, not trying to diss you at all. I'm trying to get where you're at!
@c'mon son no that’s fair I’m just trying to illustrate that it’s not a super unhealthy body, most people think im 180-200
“He may not be the best at one thing, but he is one of the best at everything” spot on, what a perfect way to describe him
You basically saying Lebron is a man of many things but a master of nothing 😭
@Dimas Aryo he’s 4th in assists😂 how
@Dudefantastic 77 Lebron us not 280 pounds. The f do you guys see.
@LeUltraInstinct Best basketball iq? Probably.
Best finisher? No. That was Shaq when he was at his peak.
Most consistent scorer? Defimitely. Most efficient? Nope. That's Steph.
Best Offensive player? Nope. Not even close. MJ and Kareem alongside maybe Wilt are the best ever.
Arguably the best passer? Ehhh, maybe but he wasn't really the best at any single pass.
Most clutch? Nope. That's again MJ.
“I have no choice but to believe he will just find a way”🌟✨💫⭐️
The journey wasn’t easy, but the destination was worth every minute. He may not be my favorite player of all time, but I have nothing but respect for LeBron and his legacy.
As a Clevelander I am proud that LeBron was the one to win us a championship after 50+ years.
Content like this is what makes it so hard to watch the news, tv, movies. So well put together and fact based. Seriously, how much time goes into making a video like this? Just phenomenal presentation.
@Patrick Moore It's more about the way that the video is narrated
Not to discount Jxmyhighroller’s amazing work, but basketball stats are easy to collect and readily available. Events in the world outside of basketball simply don’t have the same level of detail recorded about them.
watching these videos is like watching a cinematic movie. Its perfect. I love how he makes all his points based off statistics and not opinions. Truly great ! Wonderful video broski
Last week he dropped damn near 60 points on Golden States' Head and put up 50 points last night. Dude really is amazing.
He is averaging THURRDY🤯
Man this was a real masterpiece. Perfect execution Jimmy.
@EliteTargetE no, they have 400k subs
For real jimmy’s videos make me sad when they are over, they are such high quality!!!
Guys jimmy is posting tomorrow watch
Yes, I am a former NBA player like the 13th to 14th guy on the roster I was a Seattle Supersonic. You set the standard J. We all appreciate you.
@EliteTargetE nope actual channel
Jimmy, I hope you get your own talk show because your content is on fire and your stats speak for it self.
This shit made me tear up with how good it is. Props to you Jxmmy for making this masterpiece
It’s crazy to think I was born in 2002 and from the time I was one up until now, I’m 19 now, Lebron has been hooping at an all star level and for a majority of that time as the best player in the world. For a lot of people he’s been the best for longer than they’ve been alive
This may be one of Jimmy’s best videos ever 💯🔥 puts the whole debate of why this era is so much more talented then previous era’s into a whole different perspective…
This video was actually a masterpiece. Very well done. The way you portray info to your fans is second to none
Can we take a moment to appreciate what this man has been doing on a consistent basis?
I’m talking about Jimmy of course , the man has been putting up THE best videos the NBA community has ever seen and nobody is talking about it.
Here’s a chart that shows every NBA Clip-Sharer with over 200K subs 📊
@marcus not old for a regular person. pretty old for an nba player.
@P S that is not old at all.
@marcus he has played 19 seasons, and is 37 he is really old for nba players that is a very large amount of time
@P S yeah, that's pretty much steroids you described that explains lebron's career, he isn't that old.
@marcus you don't understand how steroids work then. Roids will make you a lot stronger for a short amount of time however the side effects is you lose longetivity your body will go bad a lot faster. This video is showing how lebron has been consistent with his absolutely insane numbers on that chart jimmy showed there was nowhere a place you saw a insane jump which might indicate roids. However Lebron does do a lot of things to keep his body healthy that costs a very large amount of money like if you search up how much lebron spends on his body.
This video was made so well, I hope Lebron gets to see this. As a GSW fan, I give LeGoat all the respect he deserves. You’re a true King Lebron! I only wish you good health on and off the court!
You're honestly so good at this. Respect to you and the 11 dudes who must be behind the scenes workin on this shit.
10:46 LeBron is now the only player with 38K points, 10K rebounds and assists. Longevity at its finest
The way he shows these stats and just paints a picture of how remarkable LeBrons career is really was great. I live in Cleveland so I watched him drag horrible teams to the finals and win one for our city.
I am more of a Kobe fan but LeBron's prowess cannot be underestimated one bit 😀
Im not LeBrons number one fan, but man, when he retires Im gonna shed a tear for sure. Such an icon. All those memories and crazy games, he gave us and keeps on giving us performances for the ages.
I wasn’t even alive when Bron was drafted but those prime years in the 2010’s I’ll never forget. Bro ran the league and I’m a huge Curry fan. Had me shedding tears in 2016
Same but the league will be in great hands with Giannis and Luka doing what they do
@WARDENxGHOST oh god I hope not
Glad to see this comment. I’m not a huge Lebron fan either but you gotta give it up for him for so many reasons. Regardless how how he did it, him and his teams have been at the top of the league nearly every year and he’s gone to the finals almost all those times as well. I wish he would have just stayed with the heat and been there franchise player his whole career but he understandably wanted to bring a chip to his home town and he did. And then he brought one to LA right after Kobe left us. It’s been amazing watching him from a kid to a vet and still playing at the highest level 20 years later. Gona be sad when he leaves the league but also very excited to see who with step up and dominates the league and it’s already starting and already exciting to see all these new kids exploding with talent!
Me neither, but that Finals against GSW I made a friend at my local bar. He would save a seat for me, or I would save a seat for him. We just loved good ass basketball. Never saw him before, never saw him after. But that comeback against GSW solidified LeBron as the GOAT for me.
Man. The way you put this together. Beautiful. Got me teary eyed. Thanks for this incredible video 🙏
Very nice piece. I would have liked the scoring illustration on rebounds and assists too. He's not the best at any one thing, but he is top 5 at everything, which is more important. The scientific scoring strategy would be to multiply all the relevant factors into one score. Highest means better. If you do that, LeBron is the greatest.
Bro I was 3 years old when LeBron was drafted. THREE. Like, I don't even have any memories from then. And I've finished college now and this dude is STILL putting up the same numbers, like he JUST got drafted. Insane.
Watched this video a month ago and came back, this video made me realize Lebron is the greatest player of all time, weather it's a hot take or not idc. Maybe my way of looking at is different but if you are the greatest overall player of all time and have helped your teams win more games constantly, you're the greatest. Taking teams with no star help to the ecf and finals throughout your career in my eyes makes you the greatest player ever. I look at dudes career stats and I see nothing but the GOAT. To me MJ is the best scorer but LBJ is the best player of all time.
Really appreciated this video, amazing and quality content. I think that because the NBA has seen such a talent explosion recently, I've started to appreciate LeBron's greatness less. Since there are so many contributors and highlight makers on different teams, I feel like the attention of the NBA has shifted away from LeBron. It's not like the league ignores he's still there, but there's less chatter about his presence in the game compared to a few years ago. This video really helps reaffirm his status as maybe the GOAT and it's phenomenally made. Side note, but what software do you use to make your data visualizations?
“He’s no longer a guy who’ll give you chase down blocks from behind”
-Colin Cowherd during the 2016 NBA finals
Iguodala to curry
Back to iguodala
Up for the layup-
OH BLOCKED BY JAMES
LEBRON JAMES WITH THE REJECTION!!
Lmao ain't no way
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@ｏｎｉｔａｋｏ_ that a spam haha
@ｏｎｉｔａｋｏ_ those are BOTS bruh
There's lots of stories of people who defy all expectations to become NBA stars and, while that's obviously amazing and very impressive, I don't think people appreciate how incredible it is for someone who had to deal with being the most hyped basketball prospect of all time as a 17 year old not only living up to but exceeding those expectations.
Shivers down my spine, watching that ending. Damn man.
EPIC! hands down for the most versatile players ever, not to mention the longevity, this video brought me to tears! thank u Jimmy!
Beautiful video. I wish lebron had team success as he’s had personal success so people could really appreciate his greatness. It’s always what he hasn’t achieved rather than what he has. And the few things he doesn’t have (like 5-6 plus rings) is because of the team. He’s had to go against better teams in the finals than his predecessors. If not, he would have like 6 rings already. Making him the undisputable GOAT.
I am a fan of Jimmy
@Eric Bogar cool but nobody really cares for ur opinion nor did anyone ask but like ok I guess
Class recognize class
@Eric Bogarthen y are u here weirdo 🤨🤣
I’m a fan of both 🤣
As Kobe fan this is one of my fav videos of yours Jxmy! I’ve seen it at least 3 or 4 times. You’re the goat of nba videos
Another great content, Jimmy!!! Gotta love LeBron and his greatness... Must appreciate every NBA greats!
That part where he said "the 3 horsemen of I'mma play until my legs fall off " got me down to the ground praying for my ribs gasping for air
This is the greatest basketball video I’ll ever seen in my life. We are gonna miss the 🐐. The most complete athlete and player ever. What a video👍🏾🐐
I hope to god Jimmy is happy with his life. Man produces content to the level that should put him as an ESPN exec.
The Confidence at the end gave me chills
Oh my gosh
At 10 minutes plus is where i got mad chills
@Byron Davis yeah man that was mind blowing
It was the 41000 12000 12000 club invitation only stat that got me🥶
Jxmy, I’m 42 years old and 5’6”. Never played basketball, never watched basketball, never been interested in basketball. But I love every single one of your videos that I’ve watched! They are so well put together that makes me interested in something that I’m not interested in. Outstanding in every way!
Wow, mind blowing video. Thanks for giving us facts. Definitely appreciate Lebron's greatness. Thanks Jimmy.
Beautiful video man, I don’t even wanna imagine a league without the 🐐. We are all witnesses 🙌🏽
I'm proud that I witnessed the two NBA greats of all time. MJ and LBJ. I'm 40 now and would love to tell my Grand children how they played and dominated Basketball
The way you deliver it was amazing keep up the good work jimmy🔥🔥
It's sad that he is still a TOP 5 player, and his TEAM is letting him down 😔
@Jonald Gobaton its not about how many seasons he's of course bron will be better at his 19th season than they will be, if they even play that long, but as of right now you cant just say hes a better player than them
@Zincx ok.. just let their 19th season beats lebron...
if lebron will be on the warriors...
he can be 10 years more healthy playing minutes..
hahahahha do some green stuff since they do have same position...
damn.. op hahahha
@JustAnotherMan they blaming God, the Lakers & Lebron
lebron is definitely a beast and in a category of his own w/ how he plays. definitely the best of this generation of ball players. the way he can still play @ his age is literally incredible. the last person i can remember really performing close to their prime at like 37-38 was i think karl malone. but lebron is on another level he can still jump out of the arena at 37 and numbers like he is 25 which is insane. it's just weird to see a spike in his performance at 37. like averaging 29 a game or over a block per game either of which hasn't been done by him in over a decade...
Well, he just scored 46-8-7 😆
The differences in arches between kobe and kareem is interesting. Kareem peaked earlier while Kobe peaked mid career...would love to see wilt compared to this chart but wilt didn't play 18 years. It's no secret most of the greats before the 70s didn't make it more than 16 years was the lack of improvements in medical, training and bodycare. Great video of the greatness in Mr. Lebron James
There is one thing that needs to be taken into consideration.. Kobe and Lebron entered the NBA when they were 18 years old.. so by their 19th season they were 37 years while most of the other players on the list were 40 or almost 40.. Lebron though is truly one of a kind in terms of his consistency and how he takes care of his body compared to all these other top NBA athletes
Jimmyhigh roller is the GOAT. NO body puts together quality credible NBA content like you! Don't change!
No matter how you feel about Lebron you have to admit what this man has been able to do is incredible
@Max there is actually a lot of evidence that fool just didnt say anything. Do a little research.
@Tony Boots mostly agree
@eMc nah I think he is still the best athlete, they almost all roid, lebrons longevity compared to previous greats comes down to his HGH use. It's not even really up for debate among those in the know. I know your fully indoctrinated by ESPN and need ro believe pro athletes are clean so you continue to consume product so go off.
Not steroids but definitely PED use. With that being said, he’s not the only one in the league today or in the past decade to do so, but the only one doing what he does for as long as he’s been doing it so it’s not all PED’s. Gotta give LeBron his credit, his longevity and consistency has been incredible.
Such a true talent
The productivity of this man is unmatched
Every player should strive to be this good
Really, it’s unbelievable to witness
Only LeBron can defy time like this
Imagine if he goes for another 10 years
Damn he’s definitely not on steroids
Steroids. He’s on steroids
He's really going to pass Kareem next season. I am no way a LeBron fan, but boy...I hope you get it. All that hard work is not going to waste. thx again for an amazing video Jimmy.
As kid who idolized lebron and now on my young adult years.... all i can say is we are watching greatness. Enough of the comparison Lebron is great on his own way and watching this gave me goosebumps. He is the greatest of his generation and we are all just here witnessing history.
11:03 truly insane. Bron is my GOAT and there is not a single thing you could say to me about jordan or kobe that would begin to change my mind. watching bron night n night out for 20 years. this dude is NOT HUMAN. 40k 10k 10k is the deffinition of the greatest of all time.
Crazy how the 4 horsemen of "I'mma play till my legs fall off" all played for the Lakers. Somehow that franchise is able to consistently attract some of the best players of each generation.
I can't imagine the league without LeBron, we've been spoiled by his greatness and we're indeed witnesses. Great video Jxmy
@White Magic Sponge what the hell are you talking about
@THE NEW AGE Nah Warriors made it famous, back then they didn’t know 3>2
@Andrews 3>2 all day
@THE NEW AGE Nobody was supposed to shoot in Jordan Era
@Andrews who cares he doesn’t play anymore. Name one shooter better than Steph Durant or Klay Thompson from Jordan era
cant wait to see what the future brings for LeBron even after his retirement!
LeBron James is gonna be missed when he retires 💪🏿💯🔥 One of the greats that gets so much disrespect from bums...
@Sam Leyton bum spotted
No he won't. It will be a release from everybody. And perhaps one day the refs will star calling out traveling and flopping.
His career has always been a hard fight with all the bums who can’t accept greatness, 20 years from now everyone’s gonna call him the GOAT and those who were here to witness his career know the hypocrisy of all these salty old ass guys who can’t come to terms with the league evolving, and how they made Bron’s career far from smooth
He should get a lifetime reward for endurance. Impressive career.
Bro you put so much effort to your videos and I'm happy I can get
to watch it for free thanks man
You are a Legend
Jimmy is so kind to point out so eloquently with a graph that we're all slowly dying. xD
EDIT: I'm 33. After I ball, I always have ibuprofen on standby. -__-
@denver miami he beat your knees or what?
I'm 39 and I definitely need extra strength Tylenol and an Ibuprofen after my workouts sometimes 🤣🤣🤣🤣💪🏽
Do you not stretch
@denver miami umm he make you get on your knees alot or?
The greatest all around basketball player ever. He's outperforming every player drafted AFTER him who was supposed to be the NEXT him, which is absolutely wild when you consider his age and mileage.
The game has changed a lot during Lebrons time. 3 pointers has changed the ppg dramatically. Like they say Jordan would be doing 50ppg in today's league.
You're one of the best storytellers for basketball I've heard.
The fact that I’ve lived through Lebrons career is a blessing..man may not be the goat or ever be but sure he’s up there 🐐
Jim-as always outstanding-especially loved the last 45 seconds-brilliant!
He has been pretty durable considering the wear and tear of the game overall. But it would be a lot easier to have longevity years ago without bloody brawls every other night also...
I think jimmy is probably of the greatest youtubers ever. He creates content that should be on Television
Love him hate him u just can't deny his greatness...one of if not the best to ever do it.
Had the opportunity to see him play for the first time in person the other week 🐐
That montage around 5 mins in has literally had me crying with laughter for a day and a half. "Bruh"🤣. Thank you.
This video helped show the longevity and greatness of LeBron's career. But, it also showed how great Kareem was. The dude played a full college career before playing 20 seasons in the NBA. Incredible
That UCLA team is undisputedly the greatest College Basketball team of all time.
Facts! Kareem longevity at that position was just ridiculous! And he was damn near unguardable for 19 years straight! Including high school( he won a championship EVERY year) and college, that's 27 years of dominance! Just amazing!
Imagine how much PEDs allow Lebron to play at this level
@Ball is Life that's the GOAT Scalabrine
@rtmordecai1 i was joking bro.. the first guy already told me it was KD so ik
Love him ... the beast going beastmode throughout his whole career.
The fact that his prediction about when Lebron would pass the scoring record was right…
I'm gonna cry when this man retires. For me, he is the best player that I ever seen, and the man that make me love the NBA.
2 weeks later lebron is now averaging nearly 29 this man is a god
Your videos are great. Love the data, well written. Keep it up!
"Malone, Kobe and Kareem - the Three Horsemen of Imma play till my legs fall off"
@richard lloyd man, imagine the ridicule MJ would get if he did that in the social media era...
In various docs, not least TLD, apart from the shock of losing his dad, it’s been said it was the sheer burn out of the constant glare of the spot light away from the court that made him decide to retire in 93.
And TLD also told us all about the 98 retirement.
Would an alpha like MJ want to have rebuilt in 98/99, at age 35?
Or become a free-agent role-player on a contender team?
Maybe, you can call it that era’s version of load-management.
@Legato i can slightly understand the first reason although if he's really passionate about the game and his fans (remember, he was in his prime), he should still play no matter what happens...
second reason is just a sad excuse. ..
@richard lloyd if you love the game, why would you quit playing??...in your prime?? that doesn't make sense.. .
He was the perfect example that "Father time" are not for all players. 💪🔥
Dude, English is my second language, but I have no words in my own language to describe how good you are in what you doing. Awesome work 🤝👏☄️🔥
I pray this man gets a few more rings🙏🙏
He wouldn't get those with the lakers
Nice work man! I agree he's not the best at anything but, i think its just because he's holding back. I honestly believe if he wants to score, rebound, and make plays more, he can no problem!
True. He was second in total points **8 years in a row**, and then first in points a bit later. I have no doubt he could have led the league in scoring as many times as he wanted, but that was never his goal.
Great video Jimmy. Your content really is top notch. I think there’s something to be said about Lebron’s use of whole body cryotherapy for recovery. It seems to be adding to his longevity more than the old school ice baths. WBC is definitely next level recovery vs. an ice bath, and I don’t think players in the past were doing those as often as LJ does WBC.
Kareem and Dirk did yoga for their longevity (21 seasons each). I don’t think LJ does, but it couldn’t hurt. His body seems on the stiffer side. It’s a great practice for preventing injury, among other things, and he seems to be dealing with injury more often in recent seasons.
I would argue at the rate LJ is going he’s going to need to do something more if he’s going to play til age 44, like you claimed. LJ plays really hard and I doubt he can keep that up without something more to add to his recovery regimen. Personally, I think yoga would be a great key to give him a shot at playing til 44, especially for a player that plays like he does. Injuries can add up quicker than you think in later years.
Considering the traing on the ball I saw him do, I wouldn't be surprised if he is already doing some level of Yoga
"LeBron's career is older than half the people watching it" Perfectly sums it all up...
@Chazz Branigaan there’s always that one person
Man's is right, steroids at the point are sophisticated to not show up in testing and hgh is incredible for longevity. Could just be genetics, but I'd suspect him gaining so much muscle when he dipped to Miami back in the day is when he started hitting the sauce to stay on top longer.
@Chazz Branigaan reading the effects of using steroids is too far different from the story of an actual user. Heck, there are things that we read on Google were not actually true or having too much exaggeration, and sometimes having inconsistent or lacking data. Don't rely too much on Google, mac. Reading books and do research or ask people who have more knowledge and experience on the topic that you want to know is more effective. You can gain more info from them than just reading Google, you know.
.....or you're just using the steroid issue just to bash someone. Now that's a different story.
@Vignesh Nayak Google HGH then come back and say sorry.
Jimmy will always be a top 5 NBA Clip-Sharer in my book
This dude needs a TV show. I’m here for it!
Cleveland LeBrons and the GWS with Simmons and AD killed me 🤣🤣🤣
LeBron is literally one of the all time greats and the best overall player you can ask for!
You should have your own TV show these stats and charts are next level! You've got a great voice for it too
As someone with no real interest in basketball, this was well made and explained for even someone who doesn't know much about the game. Nice work. LeBron seems absolutely absurd
@Mahad Uzumaki u right I’m high asl
@Mahad Uzumaki it’s true he is common sense
@Khamaru Usmagomedov what do u mean admit? U can’t confess for someone else or say something u don’t know.
@Millard Filmore as much as I love Lebron I have to admit he’s on steroids, most athletes use designer drugs that go undetected in drug tests
After watching almost all your NBA videos, I can sum up the last 10 years in two points: 1) S Curry (and Kerr) changed the whole game and 2) James is just simply the best. Maybe, nowadays, few people will consider him as the GOAT, but ask these same in people in 15 years.
Watch Danger Productions comparison and it might change your mind
man this was a powerful video. you always do a great job
I agree with most of what your saying and I could see LeBron finishing his career with the "Iron Man" award of Basketball but with all do respect , I think Kareem still holds the title. In a way I think you did a good job of giving Kareem his props and it's fair to say that because you didn't see him play that it is harder to judge his career.
That said The reason I still have Kareem over LeBron in this topic , Kareem entered The league about 4 years after LeBron and even though it was because he was playing in college , he is still regarded as one of the best college players ever. It may be true that LeBron could have played in The NBA at 16 that is a much bigger "what if" then Kareem being able to if given the chance to have started playing in The NBA at 18 based off his college stat lines and as you said in the video his crazy good start in The NBA.
But again LeBron is not done and while he is starting to show signs that he is in fact Human the numbers do not lie and at this point it is hard to say when he is going to stop playing at an all-star level so my opinion may change after we see when he really is done.
I forgot , One last thing we all should consider about Kareem is that he did play in a different era when players did not have access to technology hat modern NBA players have and just overall prolly didn't know how to take care of there bodies as well. This last part seems almost petty but something to consider , also to be fair to LeBron in regard's to this point he will be almost a blueprint on what players should do to be able to play as long as they want to and does have a Natural body type that is up there with maybe anyone in history of mankind ( lol , obv that last part is something that cannot be proved but it's hard not to look at him and not think that).
In short , I have Kareem still having the greatest longevity at a high level but again LeBron is not done playing and in 2022 is still playing like an all-star.
One of the greatest video I've ever seen. This video explain perfectly how great Lebron is. Thank you so much Jxmy, I really aprecciate it because Lebron is my favorite player of all time. Cheers from Chile.
Damnit Jimmy I can’t watch any other NBA content after yours, you’re just too good to us
I legitimately got chills at the end when he said "I told you so" at the end.
My goodness what a career this kid had!
Hard to call him kid when he could be half this channel's uncle lmao