Just when it seems like we’ve seen everything LeBron James can do, he reminds us that he hasn’t hit his peak or prime yet and that he’s still learning. One of the biggest things about Bron’s game that he gets criticized for is not playing in the post or attacking the rim, even when he had players who are smaller than him. Which is all the damn time, because he’s a beast. Unfortunately for the Bobcats Gerald Henderson, LeBron wanted to unlock a new a new cheat code on 2K by only missing one shot, scoring 31 points and recording eight rebounds and eight assists on 13 for 14 shooting. All of points came in the paint and there was nothing anyone on Charlotte (or anywhere in the world for that matter) could do about it.
Playing in his signature LeBron X’s, Bron-Bron dominated the paint with the help of the responsive Nike Zoom Air Unit. With the give, bounce and security the full length air unit provides and the FlyWire constructed strength on the upper, The King showed why there’s no longer and excuse for him not to eat where the big boys play: in the paint.