LeBron James believes he will end his career in California. Following the Lakers’ 102-105 loss to the Clippers on the night of Friday, Feb. 25, the NBA star wanted to silence some rumors that he was leaving the Los Angeles franchise. “I see myself staying with this franchise,” he said after this disappointment from his rivals. I’m here and I see myself defending these colors as long as I can play.
Thus, the former Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat star player denies the desire to leave, which was recently attributed to him by the American press and social networks. At 37, LeBron James wants to continue his adventure with the Los Angeles Lakers despite a more than disappointing record this season. The California team is indeed only ninth in the Western Conference (27 wins to 59 losses).
“King James” also said he dreams of one day playing with his son Bronnie in the NBA. “I don’t know if it’s possible, but I would like to do it,” he said. Any dad would love that, right? It’s the coolest thing that could have happened.”
However, Bronnie James is only 17 years old but still has a long way to go to qualify for an NBA spot. He still has some high school to go before he joins the NCAA, the varsity championship that most American NBA players have come out of. Therefore, LeBron will have to play a few more seasons at a very high level to hope that his dream will come true …