LeBron James doesn't envision himself playing in the NBA for another 10 years, especially if his wife Savannah has a say in the matter.
The Los Angeles Lakers star was asked Friday if there's anything physically he can't do now at the age of 36 that he could do 10 years ago. He wouldn't get into specifics, but James did say he'll likely retire before turning 46.
"I continue to put myself in the best condition I can be in. I train my body and I train my mind every single day," James told reporters. "I come into the arena or the facility and I get in a lot of extra work - prepare my body, prepare my mind. And hopefully, I can continue to do what I'm doing right now at 36 and see what happens.
"But I tell you, I don't think I can go to 46. We can go from 26 to 36, but I don't think I can go to 46, and I also don't think my wife would like that."
James has said he'd love the opportunity to play alongside his eldest son, LeBron "Bronny" James Jr., in the NBA, so it's possible he'll stick around for a few more years.