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LeBron James: "It's nothing I need to get in this league that I don't already have. "


LeBron James won everything that could possibly be won in the NBA and despite being disliked by many fans he achieved a lot of great things in his long and accomplished career.

Today at the press conference, LeBron briefly explained why he still enjoys playing the game and what is his goal for this and the upcoming seasons. He said he is in peace with himself and that everything he does now, is an icing on a cake for the already achieved goals being an NBA player.

It's nothing I need to get in this league that I don't already have. Everything else for me is like the icing on the cake and I love the process of everything I go through. Be able to compete every single night, and put my team in the position to compete for a championship. There is nothing that I'm chasing or that I feel like ending my career on.

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