LeBron James is known for his competitive nature and he’s never shied away from making himself known.
The NBA star was asked about his love for the game of basketball during an interview with ESPN’s Dan Le Batard.
James, who’s the first non-NBA player to win two MVP awards and the first American to win three championships, said, “I don’t really know what it means to be a pro basketball player.
I guess I don, but I think I am a pro sportsman.
And that’s what I’m trying to be.”
James is a two-time NBA champion and a three-time champion in the league.
He is the first player to hold multiple championships in the same season and the most successful NBA player in history.
He has been in the NBA since the beginning of the league in 1980.
During the interview, Le Batards question of whether he is a pro or not was met with a smile from James.
James said, “”Well, I don’ know if it’s a pro, but it’s certainly not for me.
“Le Batard said,James is also an avid golfer and said,He has played golf three times a week since the age of 12.
James said he likes to be on the course every day.
Le Batards interview comes as the NBA season is nearing an end and many fans have already made their final decisions.
LeBatard asked if James is a player who would play for his hometown team in the future.
James answered, “Yeah, definitely.
I think if it comes down to that, I think so.
I really think that the NBA would be the best thing to bring to New Orleans.
I mean, I know it’s been a while, but you know, the fans and the fans of New Orleans are really excited.
They’ve had so much success over the years.
So I’m just looking forward to it.
“The NBA is currently in its fourth season.