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LeBron James Makes An Interesting Declaration

(AP Photo/Jim Mone) ORG XMIT: MNJM10

(AP Photo/Jim Mone) ORG XMIT: MNJM10

LeBron James has done virtually everything in regards to the basketball world. He’s broken the records, collected the accolades, and has experienced more than his fair share of super-star moments.

Yet, even with all that, there’s still something King James has not yet accomplished... or anyone else for that matter. Throughout the course of NBA History, no NBA Player has had a chance to play with his son.

If given the chance, though, James would be happy to break that trend. When asked about the possibility of playing with his son, LeBron was pretty adamant in saying he couldn’t turn down the chance if the opportunity presented himself. Check it out:

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As great as this would be, is it actually possible? LBJ Jr. is 13, and will likely see NBA minutes in 6 years. LeBron would be 39 at the time. So, while unlikely, it’s certainly feasible.

And if anybody can make it happen, it’s The King.