Danny Green describes LeBron’s memory as ‘unreal,’ says he’ll remember every person and family members

Brad Sullivan
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The memory of Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James has always been one of his biggest assets on the court, but teammate Danny Green says that it extends into everyday life.

Green appeared on The Ringer NBA Show and offered a fascinating anecdote about James’ power to recall.

James’ memory has long been noted for his skill when it comes to offering postgame descriptions of in-game situations, often including minor details.

That ability of James has largely been attributed to his vast reservoir of past basketball knowledge, so it would be natural to assume that such focus doesn’t extend beyond the basketball court.

That’s especially true of James, who comes into contact with a multitude of different people every year and has had countless teammates over his 17 NBA seasons.

Yet, Green’s comment about James’ ability to focus even in the most mundane situations helps explain why James been able to play at peak level for virtually his entire career.

James will turn 36 at the end of December, but is showing no sign that he’s winding down his career. He’s already preparing for next season, whenever that gets underway.

One memory that James will have during the course of next season is that the Lakers are the defending NBA champions. That’s something that he and Green, as well as every other teammate and Lakers fan, will never forget.

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Brad is a freelance writer for LakersDaily.com, who can clearly recall watching Lakers games in 1972 as they captured the first of their 11 Los Angeles-based titles. The franchise's evolution into a beloved and iconic franchise among its fan base since that memorable year allows for a wider perspective to be a part of his writing about the team's current fortunes.