Celtics Brad Stevens is a genius until he runs into LeBron

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Not the flawless analogy, but LeBron James doesn't seem to be slowing down when National Basketball Association players are usually past their prime and begin to decline in their 30's. What LeBron James is doing defies human biology and science.

After a rookie season in which he averaged 13.9 points per game, the Duke product has become the injury-riddled Celtics' top offensive option throughout their run to the East Finals. LeBron's career is still going and could still end up surpassing Jordan if he hasn't already. Especially with LeBron putting on wonderful performances in his 15th season, the question always gets asked regarding whether LeBron James is the greatest player of all-time or not.

-LeBron James is averaging 9.4 rebounds per game. "But now I'm like, 'Geez his triple doubles are history now because of Russell Westbrook, '"McGill said".

"I didn't need to (score all the time) in LA and I was happy about that", McAdoo told me that day.

LeBron James goes glass and drills the Tissot Buzzer-Beater to lift the @cavs to victory in Game 3!

"I shake my head at coaches who preach "player roles" and "team play" to their teams and then love to compare (NBA) players from different generations who played in different roles in different systems", Loperana said.

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According to ESPN, it's the most James has been responsible for in a single game in his postseason career.

"Magic Johnson makes a trade for Kawhi Leonard to come to the Lakers".

The 2003 draft class is all but done. Chris Bosh has been out of the league for a few seasons. Carmelo Anthony looks like a shell of his former self. LeBron, 33, played his first season in 2003-04. 'Cause it's that type of longevity, and to be able to be up for that long a period of time, and to be able to adjust as well. His burden to be anything more than the kid from nearby Akron who grew to be the greatest player of his time was relieved.

The program, called I Promise, made groundbreaking news three years ago when it was announced that they would spend $41M to send kids to college for free.

Because LeBron is the best player in the world, and he can do whatever he wants on a basketball court from April through June.

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