As the NBA remains inactive, Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James took to Instagram to bide some of his time. On Thursday, James went live on Instagram and answered a few of the fans’ questions,
In a session that went on for around 45 minutes. James spoke about various things and answered many questions. One question asked LeBron about his favorite football players. Every player on the Liverpool squad was ahead of other players for James.
“I got a few great soccer players. First off every player on Liverpool. Straight up. Every player on Liverpool,” James said.
“Mbappe, Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo- those guys are legends.”
None of the names in the list are surprising considering each of them is among the top players in the world. While Ronaldo and Messi are among the top players to have ever played the game of football, Mbappe has already made a name for himself as a teenager.
“I got a few great soccer players. First off every player on Liverpool. STRAIGHT UP every player on Liverpool…Mbappe, Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo those guys are legends.”
– LeBron on his favorite soccer players pic.twitter.com/xepGBIHLcG
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) March 20, 2020
LeBron. meanwhile, is close to the top position in the list of all-time greats of his sport.
LeBron James is missing basketball as the NBA remains inactive
It has been over a week since the NBA’s first positive coronavirus case came out and the officials suspended the league. During James’s live session on Instagram, he admitted missing playing the game of basketball.
“I miss playing ball, I miss doing what I do, I miss being in front of the Laker faithful. I miss being in front of the opposing fans when I’m on the road. We were at a point in the season where we were hitting our stride and gearing up for the playoffs,” he said,
LeBron James via IG Live: “I miss playing ball, I miss doing what I do. I miss being in front of the Laker faithful, I miss being in front of the opposing fans when I’m on the road. We were at a point in the season where we were hitting our stride and gearing up for the playoffs”
— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) March 20, 2020