LeBron James has achieved everything there is to do in the game of basketball, and possibly then some.
If winning an NBA title, claiming MVP award and even Finals MVP awards wasn't enough, James managed to bring Cleveland - his hometown - their first ever NBA title and the city's first championship in any sport in 52 years.
How many stars can say that? You could probably count them on one hand and have fingers spare.
But James is far from done. The King, now aged 31, has likened his ambitions to a mountain climber, because, that's what mountain climbers do, of course.
“That person isn’t done climbing mountains. There are more mountains to climb,” James told USA TODAY Sports. “There’s always another mountain to climb. We want to climb another mountain. That feeling doesn’t go away.”
His coach, Tyronn Lue, echoed LeBron's sentiments and insisted the franchise isn't happy with just one championship, they want to build a dynasty.
“If one championship is enough for you, then you shouldn’t be here,” coach Tyronn Lue said. “We’ll get you somewhere you want to be. We want to win multiple championships here. We have the talent, and we’re only getting older so we have to do it now.”