LeBron James’ otherworldly talent gives me the joy of laughter.
Like many elite athletes, James’ abilities are so awe-inspiring that I often shake my head and chuckle.
It’s like Tiger Woods’ chip shot at the 2005 Masters or a precise Peyton Manning pass over a defender’s fingers or Michael Jordan going up and under, avoiding arms and bodies, for a dazzling reverse layup.
The great ones repeatedly make the difficult look easy. It’s comical. James is one of the game’s all-time comedians. He should be appreciated.