LeBron James Does Not Wish To Pay For His Birthday Party; Anthony Davis Won't Gift Him

Basketball News

NBA 2019-20: Los Angeles Lakers' star player LeBron James turned 35 on December 30. Here is why the NBA player does not wish for a birthday party this year.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:
LeBron James

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James turned 35 on December 30. James is currently playing his 17th NBA season. During an interview after the Mavericks vs Lakers game on Sunday night (Monday morning IST) at the Staples Center, James said that he does not have any particular birthday wish as he not that type of a person. When asked about his birthday party, LeBron James said that he does not want one because he has to pay for his own birthday party. James said that he will have one, but he does not wish for it. 

Also read | LeBron James and Kobe Bryant hug it out as Lakers beat Mavericks in LA, fans echo GOAT

NBA 2019-20: LeBron James does not wish for a birthday party because he has to pay for it

Also read | LeBron James fools NBA officials with a bizarre weak foul on Anthony Tolliver: WATCH

Also read | Lakers vs Heat highlights: LeBron James, Anthony Davis shatter Heat's home winning streak

During the post-game interview, Anthony Davis admitted that he does not have a gift for James. He then turned to LeBron James and asked if he wants a birthday gift. James replied sarcastically and said he wants Davis to get out of his face as a birthday gift. James also thinks he is not 35 yet. According to the NBA star, he is not 35 as he lives in LA and not back at home. James also believes that him being where he is is a blessing, as he can do what he loves every day while also spend time with his family. 

Davis also spoke about LeBron James turning 35. According to James Lakers teammate, James being able to play how he does is brilliant. James also works on his gameplay and his body regularly which is visible while he plays, Davis told the reporters. Alex Caruso also stated that James birthday gift would be the NBA championship. James is currently averaging at 25.1 points, 7.5 rebounds and career-high 10.8 assists per game. 

Also read | Lakers' Anthony Davis hilariously falls on Kevin Hart's lap, LeBron James rushes to help

Published:
By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water
SAVE WATER NOW
PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR
DO NOT MISS