Entering his 16th season in the NBA, LeBron James is no spring chicken.
The 33-year-old has put a ton of tread on his tires over the course of his career and, despite showing no signs of slowing down, can’t run the floor for 48 minutes each night the same way he once did.
But that doesn’t mean his new teammates on the Los Angeles Lakers can’t.
James, who will have a good deal of influence in dictating how the Lakers play this season, said he anticipates the team will look to play fast and take advantage of the youth of core players like 21-year-old Brandon Ingram, 23-year-old Kyle Kuzma, and 20-year-old Lonzo Ball.
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