If there's one thing you can count on, year after year, it's the dominance of LeBron James.
For the past 14 years, James has taken the league by storm, while cementing himself as one of the greatest players of all-time. But at 32 years old, one would think that King James would lose a step or two.
As it turns out, quite the opposite is happening. James is putting up stats rarely seen at this age, and it could be perhaps the greatest season he's ever had. LeBron is currently blocking a career-high 1.2 shots a game, tallying his second highest season assist average at 8.6, and shooting a career-high in true-shooting percentage (66.1%), shots from 0-3 feet (80.8%), 3pt percentage (42.7%), and total field goal percentage at 63.2%.
Simply put, LeBron is having one of the best statistical seasons of his career. Without his presence, the Cavaliers would be lottery bound, and the NBA would be missing its biggest star.
King James has already done so much in his long NBA career, his legacy is one without question. But have we seen anything like this before? He's defying the very fabric of Father-time itself, and he doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon.