The key to figuring out how long LeBron James’ NBA career will last could depend on his oldest son’s development as a basketball player. Prior to Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center, James laid out a scenario in which he could keep playing as he approaches the age of 40, via ESPN: “I’m 33, [LeBron James Jr.] is 13. … If he has a chance [to play in the NBA], and it seems like he can make it, you got to.”
March 20, 2018 | 1:06 pm EDT Update
Marc J. Spears: The Milwaukee Bucks plan to sign point guard Brandon Jennings to a second 10-day contract in the morning, a source told ESPN’s The Undefeated. Jennings is averaging 6.0 points and 5.5 assists for the Bucks.