LeBron James has shown on multiple occasions that he is very family-oriented. James devotes most of his personal time to family, which is understandable.
A basketball player of his stature has a lot of people vying for his time. However, James prioritizes spending time with his family a lot.
James’ social media reflects the relationship his entire household has. However, the biggest star of the household has never been LeBron.
It isn’t even LeBron’s oldest son, Bronny, who already holds college scholarship offers. The star of the house has always been Zhuri James, LeBron’s youngest daughter,
LeBron’s wife Savannah put up a heartwarming video of Zhuri and LeBron skipping rope together.
LeBron is working out for the return of the NBA season, which is less than a month away. He was also seen training with Bronny a few days ago, showing that being with his children is also helping him stay on top of the game.
While obviously what he did with Zhuri is not a ‘workout’, it is still a wholesome video which is nice to see.
LeBron James must be so motivated heading into season number 17. The man is about to turn 36-years-old and currently sits atop the throne as the best basketball player in the world.
This longevity is unheard of, but we will never see another LeBron James, anyway. His LA Lakers are one of the favorites to win the 2020-21 NBA championship. That can’t happen if LeBron isn’t perfect on the court.
Thankfully, the Lakers roster this season looks way more formidable. Anthony Davis is still there, ready to possibly take a step up in his contribution.
Along with that, the Lakers now have bench extraordinaires, Montrezl Harrell, and Dennis Schroder. The help has come for LeBron, who may just take a slight step back.
However, a step back for LeBron is still ahead of most of the league. He will be expected to be as good as ever next season, so hopefully, this shortened off-season gets his gears back in the right place for the next season.
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