LeBron James is one of the best players ever to grace an NBA court. How much do you know about him? Find out by taking this quiz.
He was raised in Cleveland.
By chance, his home city's team had the first crack at drafting him.
For NBA players, 6 feet 8 inches isn't really that tall.
He used his superstar status to cobble together a super team in Miami.
No player straight out of high school has ever had such a high-scoring debut.
She was a16 years old and single when she had him.
His middle name is Raymone, but everyone just calls him King James.
NBA rules required him to get his diploma before being drafted.
He appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated for the first time when he was a high school junior in 2002.
They could not counter Curry and his cohorts
Like a lot of kids, he rooted for the Bulls and was taken by Michael Jordan's heroics.
The trade was nationally televised and widely ridiculed.
He averaged 29 points per game. He was named to USA Today's All-USA first team.
He was set for life (or several lifetimes) right out of the gate with his $90 million contract.
He was named first team all-state as a wide receiver.
Being under the microscope took a toll on his mental and emotional well-being, and he admitted to smoking marijuana.
Michael Jordan and LeBron James are the only two players to accomplish this trifecta.
James, Bosh and Wade took the Eastern Conference by storm.
James has said he "always rooted for Jerry."
They were right — James helped draw fan interest back to the league after Michael Jordan's retirement.
Abdul-Jabbar also dominated the sport from a young age.
During the 2014-'15 season he scored 1,743 points.
He seems to have a preference for all things Ohio.
He was nearly doubled over from the pain of muscle cramps.
He wasn't even finished growing when he started dunking in eighth grade.
He scored 61 points against the Charlotte Bobcats.
He was used sparingly during their bronze-medal run and only averaged 5 points.
James averaged 36 points. It was a superhuman performance, but the Cavaliers still lost the title.
Only two other players have done so, including Moses Malone in 1982.
At about 75 percent, his free-throw shooting is merely average compared to the rest of his game.