What LeBron James it’s a legend about NBA It is not new, but its continuity is. Not only because they are still active, but also because this is their 21st season in the best league in the world. The excellent fact is that he will set a new record.
LeBron James is close to a new record
For a player who has played between ten and fifteen seasons in NBA This is already a remarkable fact. Approaching 20, it’s even closer. But everything takes on a different meaning when you reach your 21st season in the best basketball league in the world.
LeBron James is waiting for his twenty-first season in the NBA and equals the mark Robert coming, Dirk Nowitzki And Vince Carter.
However, it seems inevitable that he will beat the trio in another tally: how many points he will average over his 21st NBA season.
Robert comingstar Boston Celtics who retired at age 43, an average of 3.2; Dirk Nowitzki, the Dallas Mavericks score, averaged 7.3 points; and the current leader in this field is Vince sumpwho went through multiple franchises and averaged 7.4 points in his 21st season.
If there is no sporting misfortune, LeBron James he will top them all as he has never dropped below 20.9 points per game in the campaign since his debut.
Terrence Williams sentenced to 10 years in prison
A New York court has delivered its final verdict in a scandalous case. Terrence Williams, a former NBA star, is at the center of the storm and faces a serious charge: he ran an organization responsible for health insurance fraud for the US Basketball League.
Based on the strategy of his lawyers, the former New Jersey Nets and Houston Rockets player pleaded guilty in August 2022. And now his verdict has become known.
A 36-year-old man was sentenced to ten years in prison for the million-dollar scam, although he did not act alone, and 18 other NBA players will receive serious sentences for their involvement in them.
Damian Williams, the prosecutor in the case, issued a statement clarifying: “Williams not only enriched himself through fraud and deception, but also stole other people’s personal data and threatened a witness in order to carry out his criminal activities.”
Scam against the NBA
Terrence Williams led an organization that robbed the NBA’s health insurance. The activities of this group were associated with falsification of documents, false declarations of receipt of medical and dental services, which were never carried out. They raised $5 million between 2017 and 2021.
The former player has not worked alone, but has featured big names such as Glen Davis and Tony Allen, champions of Boston in 2008; Shannon Brown, former Los Angeles Lakers player; and Darius Miles, who played for the Los Angeles Clippers.