Physically, as far as production over a long period of time, and the amount of minutes he’s played, Lebron has no equal.
This is amazing:
James has sent home All-Stars Al Horford and Kyle Lowry—the most senior players on their respective rosters—for three straight postseasons. If you lay Horford’s career minutes (27,661) and Lowry’s (26,651) end to end with playoff minutes included, James needs only 144 minutes to catch up to them, which he’ll likely do in these Finals if he maintains his current playing time. Keep in mind, Lowry is 32 and Horford turns 32 on June 3. James is 33.