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LeBron James will be beginning his 13th season in the NBA this Tuesday when the Cavs raise their championship banner and play the Knicks.
At the age of 31, the 6’8 forward has done enough in the league to the point where he is in the conversation for greatest of all-tume status.
James recently opened up about his thoughts on the landscape of the current NBA and made quite the statement when he said he knows teams make moves and adjustments in the offseason in order to beat
him. Via Cleveland.com
“I know teams switch and pick up new coaches or new players, and their whole goal is kind of they want to beat me,” James told cleveland.com, in a candid discussion about the upcoming year and his place in the sport at age 31, in this his 14th season.
“It’s never just about me, but I always hear them saying, ‘We gotta beat LeBron.’ It’s not just me on the court, but I understand that teams get together in this conference and across the league to try to beat me.”