Dedication and the ability to always give a plus is a hallmark of LeBron Jamesalthough the fact that a colleague says it and highlights it always generates more impact. Tyrese Maxeyof the Philadelphia 76ers He told an unknown detail and generated astonishment.
This past Monday, the 76ers beat the Los Angeles Lakers 138-94 at the Wells Fargo Center and showed a great version, especially with a Maxey on fire as the game’s top scorer with 31 points, 3 rebounds and 8 assists.
While, ‘The King’ did not have his best performance and registered 18 points (he was the leading scorer on his team), 5 assists and did not capture any rebounds.
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What did Maxey say about LeBron James?
After the auspicious victory, a statement emerged that Maxey did and was picked up by NBAmaniacs. Despite having been rivals, the young point guard remembered the opportunity he had to train with the former Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat.
And what he said is LeBron James’ obsession with arriving at training before everyone else. “Training was at 6, but I always go a little earlier to stretch so I arrived at 5:30,” he said.
And I add: “The next time we had training at 6, he went at 5. When I arrived, he was already drenched in sweat. I asked him what he was doing and he told me ‘I can’t let you get to the pavilion before me.’ He is crazy. “He spent the whole week going to 5 until I told him he was winning.”
These types of situations have already been seen in other top-level athletes, such as Cristiano Ronaldo in football and other world figures who are always the first to arrive and the last to leave.
“Their numbers speak for themselves. His work ethic hasn’t dipped one bit in 21 years. He has four MVPs, Finals MVPs and unattainable records, but he still wants to be in the gym sooner than a 22-year-old kid who hasn’t achieved anything. I have to take my hat off to that,” the 76ers man detailed.
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LeBron James continues to break records
Despite the loss of the Lakers against the 76ers, LeBron James set a new record: he played 29 minutes and It reached 66,319 to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record of 66,297.
In December he will turn 39 years old and he continues to break records in the NBA. It should be remembered that last season he had already snatched from Abdul-Jabbar himself the record for the highest number of points scored in the history of the competition.
And to a large extent what Maxey tells pre-reflects all of this. The ability to continue maintaining the same perseverance and competitive spirit despite having won everything.
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