LeBron James On Why He Still Wants To Play In The NBA: "It's Me vs. Father Time. I'm Trying To Change The Narrative."

LeBron James explained his motivations behind continuing to play in the NBA in Year 21.

LeBron James had his best performance of the young 2023-24 NBA season so far when he put up 37 points,  

six rebounds, eight assists, and three steals against the Houston Rockets, scoring 14 fourth-quarter points to help the team win the game. 

After the game, he reflected upon his constant defying of Father Time and his consistent excellence at an age we haven't seen before.   

If there is any statistical category for a player in Year 21, James is breaking that.  

With every strong game, he's charting a new path for NBA players after him who will play as long as him with modern medicine supporting them.  

James is averaging 26.4 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 6.5 assists so far and has only missed one game this season. 

We may never see something like this again, so it's important to appreciate the history that LeBron is making every time he steps onto the court.  

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