In order for his 50-year-old hand to be iced out like Kobe's, Michael's and Kareem's, however, he will need to win multiple titles.
The best way for James to achieve this is by learning from those perennial champions who won before him.
To his credit, James is coming off an MVP-season in 2012 and is well on his way to another one this year.
Beyond being the most dominant player in the NBA, he is also the most versatile. There are multiple ways that James can and does beat NBA defenses on a nightly basis.
But even an MVP can incorporate new methods of basketball destruction.
For James, there are five key moves he could learn from those perennial NBA champions that would help him do specifically that.
I am not suggesting that James needs to learn all five of these moves in order to win multiple titles. I am suggesting, however, that his chances of doing so only increase if he does.