With no playoff games scheduled for Monday, Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James decided to entertain crowds of NBA-hungry fans by hosting an impromptu “Ask Me Anything” session on Twitter. And thankfully, James didn’t hold back.

James was an open book during his AMA, answering a wide range of questions such as:gladiator or godfather) and his favorite vacation spot (Capri, Italy).

The 37-year-old swinger also answered a question that’s sparked vicious and spirited debate – cake or pie? James Chooe Cake, who we all know is the smaller of the two. But hey, different shots for different people.

However, James didn’t just answer mundane questions. He also addressed his favorite player in the NBA, as well as the potential of playing with his son, LeBron “Bronny” Jr.

He even answered a question from Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.

To save you from endlessly scrolling through James’ Twitter feed, here’s a breakdown of the top responses from his AMA:

LeBron vs. Brady in… hockey

When NFL legend Tom Brady saw what James was up to on Twitter, he decided to join in the fun and asked the Lakers star an interesting question.

Brady wanted to know who would win in a 5 round hockey shootout. James was always confident and self-picked, but made the caveat that it would be a narrow win.

It’s hard to picture James on skates, but apparently Brady, and apparently the entire NHL, wants it to happen:

LeBron on Bronny Jr.

James answered two questions about his son, LeBron “Bronny” James Jr., with whom the Lakers superstar has been open about playing in the NBA with him. Bronny will be a senior in high school next year and seems destined to play in the league.

At least that’s the hope for James, as he reiterated during his AMA.

James was also asked if his son had already beaten him one-on-one. The future Hall of Famer kind of deflected the question, but explained that the last time the two competed things ended quite dramatically.

RIP backplane.

LeBron on Luke

James was asked who his favorite young player in the NBA is right now. He responded quickly, typing in all caps that Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic is his favorite player of all time.

That’s consistent with the kind of praise James has lavished on Doncic in the past.

“I love everything about his game,” James said in February 2022.

i love everything about him The way he plays the game reminds me of the way I play the game.

LeBron on Kobe, KD and Kyrie

Hypothetically, James was asked who he would play with in a 2v2 match against Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. For James, the answer was a bit difficult as he couldn’t just name one. However, he chose three standalone superstar players Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, or Kyrie Irving.

James was never teammates with Bryant and Durant in the NBA, but he did play with both on Team USA.

LeBron retired

At 37, James is no jerk and is at the end of his illustrious career. But according to James, he’s not even thinking about retirement.

Next season will be James’ 20th in the NBA. And considering how close he came to leading the league last regular season, it doesn’t look like James is retiring any time soon. Or as he so aptly put it, James remains “psycho-driven”!

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