LeBron James is still one A few more NBA years As he nears his 38th birthday in his 20th NBA season, he remains in.
James’ list of NBA accomplishments rivals that of the game’s greatest players, with five NBA championships and The NBA’s all-time leading scorer title Within his eyes
However, James, a two-star athlete in high school, believes he could have been successful in a sport other than basketball.
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On a particular Thursday night edition James of “The Shop” was asked if he still has the itch to play football.
Special guest Jamie Foxx asked James what position he would play, and James went with his high school spot.
“Wide receiver, for sure. If I was in the red zone, especially the red zone,” James said, according to the Daily Mail. “With each other, they had to put more things in the box defensively … I got one of those little cornerbacks out there. Just throw it up. Just throw it.”
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however, Los Angeles Rams cornerback – Jalen Ramsey – There was none of that.
“LeBron has no chance,” Ramsey told James. “Bron, red zone threat? You’ll be eliminated.”
“I’d put those claws on Braun,” Ramsey said when asked how he would defend James. “On the line.”
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This isn’t the first time James has teased playing in the NFL, the 18-time NBA All-Star told Peyton and Eli Manning last year. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones And Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll offered him a contract during the 2011 NBA lockout.
“It’s true. Jerry Jones offered me a contract,” James said during the 2021 Monday Night Football broadcast. “Also, Pete Carroll did the same thing in Seattle during the lockout. It definitely got my blood flowing again, my mind racing again thinking about the football game. On Sunday Being out there.
“We were able to work out a deal in the NBA, and I was back on the court soon. But I definitely thought about it.”