LeBron James seems to be enjoying his break from basketball quite well. The 37-year-old NBA legend shared a video montage on Instagram, showcasing his Maldives vacation with friends and family. The footage features scenic views of the tropical paradise, as well as shots of James swimming and playing basketball with his kids. In the caption, he expressed gratitude for life and added prayer and king emojis.
LeBron James, who is currently 37 years old, recently shared a montage of clips on Instagram that showcased his vacation in the Maldives with his loved ones. It appears that he stayed at the luxurious Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru, which boasts a collection of waterfront villas, beach villas, and three-bedroom water suites. Throughout his stay, he took part in various activities such as bike rides, ocean walks, boat rides, and extravagant dinners, all of which were captured in the highlight reel set to the song TO THE MOON by Jnr Choi and Sam Tompkins. He was accompanied on this luxury vacation by his wife, Savannah, along with some other close friends. TMZ also reported that he shared a toast with them during their stay.
A long-time NBA player was spotted pedaling on a bike around the tropical destination.
During his spring break, James marveled at the breathtaking scenery. In a recent ad for Crypto.com’ser Bowl, LeBron James traveled through time. Savannah, who is a mother of three, shared a glimpse of their luxurious vacation in the Maldives. She expressed her satisfaction with the trip as she captioned the video, “The Maldives owes me nothing!! A small snapshot of a trip for the books!! #BaaAtollMaldives.” Although he has had an impressive 18-year career with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat, and LA Lakers, James recently expressed frustration on Twitter about missing the playoffs for only the fourth time. He vowed to not miss the postseason again.
James and the Lakers had a disappointing season with only 33 wins and 49 losses, causing them to miss the playoffs. Unfortunately, James was also limited to playing just 56 games due to various injuries. He expressed his frustration to the media by acknowledging that he hates losing and feels terrible about it. Despite these setbacks, James still managed to make an impact on the court, averaging an impressive 30.3 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 6.2 assists per game. Moreover, he broke a significant record by surpassing Karl Malone’s career points, making him the second-highest scorer in NBA history with 37,062 career points. However, Lakers legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar still holds the top spot with 38,387 points.
According to reports, James is expected to make a comeback to the Lakers for his final year of contract during the 2022-2023 season. He is anticipated to receive a yearly pay of approximately $44.5 million.