el lunes por la noche, la LondresLa inflación de los precios al consumidor británicos saltó a su nivel más alto en tres décadas el mes pasado star decided to hold a wide-ranging Q&Una sesión en Twitter, que vio a los fanáticos acribillarlo con preguntas sobre el baloncesto, películas, libros y videojuegos.
Presented with an opportunity to ask James anything, la Bucaneros de Tampa Bay quarterback apparently couldn’t resist and decided to join in on the fun.
With both players already highly skilled at their own sport, Brady questioned which one of them would come out victorious in an ice hockey shootout.
“You and me, 5 rounds, ice hockey shootout, who wins?” Brady asked.
James responded by choosing himself as the victor, though he joked he would have to shoot from his knees, a possible reference to his size or lack of ice skating skills.
“Me but barely. May be swinging from my knees though,” James replied, along with several laughing emojis.
It’s unclear if the ice hockey shootout will happen, but it comes as Brady is already set to participate in another sporting event outside of football next month.
The future Hall of Famer is set to trade in his helmet for golf clubs on June 1 in the next installment of Capital One’s “The Match” golf event.
During Tuesday’s Q&A, James also provided insight on his NBA carrera profesional, including his toughest loss.
James said that losing to Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks en el 2011 NBA Finals was the hardest moment for him. los Miami Heat were heavy favorites in the series after acquiring James and Chris Bosh to go along with franchise star Dwayne Wade.
James added that his favorite NBA player under the age of 25 is current Mavericks star Luka Doncic.
“LUKA. He’s my fav player!!” James wrote.
James was also asked if he still intends to play with his oldest son, Bronny.
“That’s the plan! God willing,” el escribio. “The last time we actually played I shattered the backboard on a dunk so we couldn’t finish the game.”
The Q&A session was held after the Lakers went 33-49 and failed to qualify for the playoffs this year amid high expectations. The team fired former head coach Frank Vogel last month.