LeBron James Puts Retirement Rumors to Rest, Vows to Make Season Memorable for Son Bronny

Lakers star LeBron James dedicates season to son Bronny - Los Angeles TimesNBA scoring record complete, LeBron James gets back to 'most important  games of my career' - Caplin NewsLeBron James silences retirement talk, dedicates season to Bronny

LeBron James has clarified that his retirement was never a serious thought, despite hinting at it after the Lakers were eliminated last season. The NBA star, who is 38 years old, has confirmed his commitment to winning a championship with the Los Angeles Lakers. He expressed confidence in his abilities and believes he has a lot more to give on the court, as demonstrated by his impressive performance of averaging 28.9 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 6.8 assists in 55 regular-season games in 2022-2023.

LeBron dedicating his 21st NBA season to son Bronny

James revealed that when he hinted at retiring after the Lakers were eliminated by the Denver Nuggets in the conference finals in May, he felt like he had nothing more to give. He was exhausted and mentally drained from being in too many different places. However, he now feels that he has a lot more to offer and is excited to return for another season. His goal is to lead the team to the promised land.

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