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LeBron James watches every NBA game on his off-days, at the same time.

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Apart from still being one of the best players in the world, LeBron James is one of the biggest fans of the game known. James is known for his incredible basketball IQ and ability remembering to play after play with unbelievable detail. In one of his recent pregame interviews, LeBron talked about how he watches every NBA game at the same time.

LeBron follows specific teams and players, especially if he is personally close to them. He follows most of the games, some of course in more detail than the others, but he is capable of remembering all the significant plays that happened during the game.

"I watch all of them at the same time. I am serious, I watch all of them at the same time, depending on the game and the score. I liked the Brooklyn game in general. I saw the last possession, tie game, and when Kyrie hit the three, came back and tied the game. Kyrie got the pick-n-roll got the bucket and passed it to Jaret Allen, who missed the free throws. I watched all of it until the end when Kyrie missed the last shot in overtime. I watched the rest of the games as well, obviously the OKC and Utah game because we play Utah. CP is a great friend of mine. I watched all the Cavs against the Orlando game. You want me to keep going because I watch every game."

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