LeBron James’ Mesmerizing Reverse Windmill Dunk Thursday Night Produced One Of The Best Action Photos Of His Career

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Not sure if you guys have heard from 1,830 sports media publications (guilty!) but LeBron James is in his 17th year. Half the week I forget if I’m 31 or 32 years old and don’t even ask me my mom’s birthday but I can tell you LeBron James has been doing his job professionally for 6,205 days.

That’s probably because I am an average person who makes no tangible mark on this world and LeBron James can do things like this.

Urgent reminder: 35 years old.

Hopefully 150 years from now when LeBron passes he chooses to donate his body to science. I have a hunch all scientists will find in there are titanium rods and rocket launchers.

Hang this photo in the Louvre.

This is entering LeBron, Wade iconic photo territory. Ok, not really, I’m officially being a prisoner of the moment.

But, let’s run this back if only for the posterity’s sake.

I am an advocate for the rights of all people, but if LeBron doesn’t agree to do the dunk contest once than we should be legally within our rights to strip him of one (1) title.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to whip up an online petition. Be the change you wish to see in the world.

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