At this point in his NBA career, LeBron James has accomplished just about everything.
The Cleveland Cavaliers guard/forward/center still has one last goal, however.
James is a career 74 percent free throw shooter. His best season at the stripe came during the 2008-09 season, when he shot 78 percent. That relatively uninspiring performance has The King setting his sights on a number that’s eluded him throughout his 15-year career.
We’re going to assume James was talking about individual and/or statistical goals, as one has to believe that championships remain his No. 1 priority.
In any event, he’s off to good start in his pursuit of the big 8-0, as the 32-year-old has sunk 15 of 17 free throws in the 2017-18 season thus far, good for 88.2 percent.
Let’s see where you’re at in April, LeBron.
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