“ Lakers’ newest addition, Basingo: James is still the same James, Fat Tiger comparison would be a bit of a bully”


I haven’t seen a 37-year-old LeBron yet, I’m waiting. But he still looks like he’s in his 20s.” That was the Lakers’ newest addition, Basin, on James, and then two separate things happened in two games on the same day.

One: Lakers v Timberwolves, James scored 25 points, 11 rebounds and 3 assists on 9-of-12 shooting in 25 minutes of action.

Two: Pelicans v Heat, Zion broke his ankle ninety degrees on the breakaway before playing 11 minutes, Pelicans management and coaching.



It’s still the same: James is still the same James! How can I put it? You watch James play and it’s always been in four words: consistent as ever! Even though he’ll be 38 soon, that feel of the game he’s showing is actually still pretty much the same as it was before, and as Brother Potted Plant commented, he still looks like he’s in his mid-twenties. It’s very unscientific to put that kind of form on a 37 year old, there’s never been a player in the history of the NBA who can do that, he’s the only one.


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They say Fat Tiger is the next James, but it’s not true. Fat Tiger may have some of the dynamic and static talent that James has, but in terms of physicality alone, Fat Tiger is nowhere near the level of James. So what do you mean by talent? It’s not about being able to jump high, run fast, have a wide arm and be athletic, it’s about being able to have all that and still be healthy and be able to use it on the field. Of course, comparing James to Fat Tiger is a bit of a bully, after all, there is only one other “Super Saiyan” like this in the history of the NBA.


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Post time: Oct-15-2022