LeBron James Reveals His Dream 3-On-3 Teammates

By now, you have probably heard that there will be a 3-on-3 basketball competition at the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. "I stay out of the one-on-one matchups during our practice, the two-on-twos and the three-on-threes. So probably not. I probably won't be a part of the 3-on-3 matchup".

"I think it's great for basketball", he said.

"We were able to get them past year, and they went out and got one of the best players that this league has ever seen", James said. I haven't seen the full layout of how they plan on executing it. are they going to use National Basketball Association guys, are they going to use college guys.

But a trio of MJ, Magic and LeBron in a 3-on-3 tournament would be, let's just say, formidable. Right now, it's anyone's guess. The games will also be played in the half court with a 12 second shot clock and teams having to clear the ball above the arc before each possession. "So I think that could be really good". Sounding drained but resolute after his Cavs came up short against the Warriors for the 2017 National Basketball Association title, James said he wouldn't be playing much ball this summer, but he'd be watching. With Magic and LeBron's combination of size and passing ability put together with Jordan's 1-on-1 scoring ability, defense and elite competitiveness, it would be hard for any other threesome to get within 20 points.

And James wasn't the only member of his family who felt this way. "So I think that can be great". A game can end even sooner if a team scores 21 points in less than 10 minutes.

There's still a long way to go before Tokyo 2020 and information is still coming in regarding how the team will be selected, but as of now, it's safe to cross LeBron off this list. Those rules make a big difference in limiting the Americans' depth, which they have used to overwhelm opponents in traditional Olympic basketball games.

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