LeBron James has been putting guys on posters since, like, the third grade probably. It’s become a part of both who he is as a basketball player (read: basketball alien) and who we all are as fans of the NBA.
Someday, the Smithsonian will build a new wing dedicated solely to LeBron’s posters. It will be 30 stories high, and you will not be able to navigate it without an enormous map that is impossible to fold up properly.
Ramon Sessions does not care about any of this.
That is not how this is supposed to work, Ramon!
For the Charlotte Bobcats, a team desperately fighting for the Eastern Conference’s eighth and final playoff seed, that’s the kind of play that can single-handedly spark a win streak.
(Except it didn't: The Miami Heat prevailed in overtime, 104-96, behind LeBron's 34 points, eight rebounds and six assists.)
For LeBron, it’s the inevitable first sign of a once-mighty juggernaut beginning his slow, steady decline into basketball obsolescence.
Just kidding, LeBron is still the best basketball player on the planet, remains at the peak of his powers and may one day go down as the greatest of all time.
At the very least, he’ll live on forever as an absolute legend of the game—also on the back of Ramon Sessions’ bedroom door.