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He has faced 35% of players in NBA history

He has faced 35% of players in NBA history

He's 39 years old, has four NBA rings, four Finals MVPs, and is the leading scorer in league history. LeBron James He has great records, but in addition to that, there is a number that demonstrates his longevity and validity: he has faced 35% of all NBA players.

LeBron has faced 35% of all NBA players

the NBA Dating back decades are teams made up of major stars, many of whom have remained in their franchises for many years or maintained their top level when changing entities. This number reaches 4766 players in the history of the league.

The relevant data is just that LeBron JamesAt 39 years old and enjoying an enviable career, he has faced at least 35% of all NBA players: Faced 1,668As revealed by ESPN's broadcast of the Lakers vs. Mavericks match.

The opponent who surpassed him the most times was Andre Iguodala, with 70 duels. Taking part in a squad of 227 teammates, Zydrunas Ilgauskas was the player he had trained with the longest on the Cavaliers.


The King turns 39 and the NBA is paying tribute to him with an emotional video.

Netflix releases a documentary about the NBA

Thanks to the successes associated with the Argentine national team, the biographies of great sports stars, and the notoriety gained by 'Quarterback', which focuses on NFL players, Netflix will now exploit the NBA.

Journalist Shams Charania reported on his Twitter account that the live streaming platform is preparing a documentary with five stars from the best league in the world: LeBron James, Jayson Tatum, Jimmy Butler, Anthony Edwards and Domantas Sabonis.

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The content will focus not only on sports, but also on the life story of each champion, which is why the selection was so diverse.


LeBron James' role

King will not only provide his insight into the legendary player and tell his life story, but he will also co-produce. The documentary will have cooperation with famous production companies, such as Peyton Manning's Omaha Productions, LeBron James's company, and Barack Obama's Higher Ground Productions, which confirms the ambition of the series and ensures high-quality production.

Even Obama's signing was already part of the NFL series.