LeBron James turns 35 next month. He’s in his 17th season in the NBA. He has played more than 56,000 minutes between the regular season and postseason in his career. All of this is to say that it wouldn’t be outside the ordinary to expect the Los Angeles Lakers forward to begin slowing down at some point. In fact, some suggested that process had begun after a groin injury limited him to a career-low 55 games last season, one of his worst seasons (by his lofty standards) in his NBA career.
But James is anything but or