LeBron James has become one of the most respected veterans in the NBA. As James is in his 17th season in the league, he’s not showing any signs of slowing down his game. The 34-year-old still has many years left in the league, if he wanted to continue playing. With this said, he was recently asked about a possible retirement and, to the surprise of no one, he has no interest in quitting any time soon.
“I’m not at the end of my story,” James told Sporting News. “No, not really, not the way I feel right now. Me and Tom Brady are one and the same. We’re gonna play until we can’t walk no more.”
LeBron says of considering retirement: “Me and Tom Brady are one and the same. We’re gonna play until we can’t walk no more.”
He says he wants to play until he physically can’t, or until he mentally is checking out. But says LeBron: “I’m not at the end of my story.” pic.twitter.com/i00feTicrL
— Kyle Goon (@kylegoon) November 15, 2019
Brady, 42, is currently in his 20th season with the New England Patriots and also shows no signs of slowing down.
I’m playing until I can’t dunk anymore! @KingJames https://t.co/K03xVJvMgZ
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) November 16, 2019