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LeBron Raymone James Sr. (born December 30, 1984) is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Nicknamed “King James,” he is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the sport’s history and is sometimes compared to Michael Jordan in debates about the greatest basketball player of all time.[a] He has been in ten NBA Finals (including eight straight from 2011 to 2018), winning four championships.[1] He also won the inaugural NBA Cup in 2023 with the Lakers, and two Olympic gold medals as a member of the U.S. men’s national team.

Individually, James is the NBA’s all-time top scorer and ranks fourth in career assists.

He won four Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards, four Finals MVP Awards, three All-Star Game MVP Awards, and the inaugural NBA Cup MVP. He has been chosen an All-Star a record 20 times, All-NBA 19 times (with 13 First Team selections)[2][3], All-Defensive Team six times, and runner-up for NBA Defensive Player of the Year twice.[4][5] James, known for his longevity, is now the oldest player in the NBA.[6]

James attended St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio, and grew up playing basketball there. He was hailed by the national media as a future NBA great due to his all-around scoring, passing, athleticism, and playmaking talents.[7] He was a prep-to-pro athlete

The Cleveland Cavaliers selected him as the first overall choice in the 2003 NBA Draft. Named the 2004 NBA Rookie of the Year,[8] he quickly established himself as one of the league’s best players, leading the Cavaliers to their first NBA Finals appearance in 2007 and winning the NBA MVP award in 2009 and 2010.[4] After failing to win a championship with Cleveland, James signed as a free agent with the Miami Heat in 2010.[9] This was announced in a nationally televised program named The Decision and is one of the most contentious free agency decisions in sports history.[10]

James won his first two NBA championships while playing with the Heat in 2012 and 2013, earning the league’s.

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