LeBron holds Twitter Q&A, teases hockey shootout with Brady

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LeBron James missed out on the playoffs for only the fourth time in his 19-year NBA career. (Getty Images)

LeBron James held an impromptu Twitter Q&A on Monday night, enthralling fans with some NBA content with no playoff games scheduled.

James, 37, just finished his 19th season in the league. Understandably, he was inundated with the question of how many more years he has left. The four-time champion confidently replied that he’s feeling great, and despite not having a definite timeline, he has plenty left in the tank.

He also reaffirmed the notion that playing with his son, Bronny James, is still the plan. When asked about the score the last time the two played one-on-one, James said the game was truncated because he broke the backboard.

It was only a matter of time before celebrities began to get in on the fun. Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady asked James who would win an ice hockey shootout. The four-time MVP replied, β€œme but barely. May be swinging from my knees though,” followed by a slew of laughing emojis.

Considering the popularity of TNT's The Match, a special golf match featuring two teams consisting of various pro golfers and star NFL players in which Brady will feature for the third time in a few weeks, perhaps a hockey showdown along the same lines between James and the legendary quarterback is not such a bad idea.

James was also very candid during the viral Q&A, opening up about his toughest career moments and who he’d take as a teammate in a two-on-two game against Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.

The future first-ballot Hall of Famer showed love to Luka Doncic, as well, extolling him as his favourite player in the NBA under 25 years old. James has lauded Doncic in the past and recently showed love to the young phenom for his scintillating performance in Dallas’ Game 7 route against the Phoenix Suns.

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