Watch “What books,” Alex Caruso replies after being asked if LeBron James really reads books

Watch “What books,” Alex Caruso replies after being asked if LeBron James really reads books

LeBron James has become accustomed to being pictured clutching a book, but it always appears to be the opening page of whatever book he is purportedly reading with Alex Caruso now all about confirming he doesn’t read those books

Many have come to believe that he never genuinely reads them as a result.

LeBron is not truly reading these books, a former teammate of his from the Lakers said on Monday.

Alex Caruso replies after being asked if LeBron James really reads the books he takes pictures with

On the Pat McAfee Show, Alex Caruso, a former teammate who is now a player for the Chicago Bulls, was asked about it. The host of the programme questioned, “Does LeBron read those books?” Caruso answered back, “What books?” he retorted.

The 29-year-old averaged 5.6 points, 2.9 rebounds, and 1.6 assists during the previous season while shooting 45.5% from the field, 36.4% from beyond the arc, and 80.8% from the charity stripe.


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LeBron and the Lakers are getting ready to play the Golden State Warriors in the second round, while the Bulls were ousted from the playoffs this year.

First time in his career, LeBron James does not receive any NBA MVP votes.

Following two consecutive second-place finishes, centre Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers was named the NBA MVP for the 2022–23 season on Tuesday night. Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nuggets, who won the last two awards, and Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks, who won the two prior to Jokic, came in second and third, respectively.


There were not many surprises there, but LeBron James’ complete omission from the vote might have surprised the casual NBA fans. Since entering the league as the first overall pick in 2003, James has never failed to win a single MVP vote, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

With 28.9 points per game, 8.3 rebounds, and 6.8 assists, James certainly put up his usual stellar numbers. Even this season, he broke the NBA’s all-time scoring record. But he was only able to play in 55 games, which tied for the least of his 82-game season. The Los Angeles Lakers finished 43-39 and received the seventh seed in the playoffs.


James, 38, has finished as the runner-up four times in addition to his four MVP awards (2009, 2010, 2012, 2013), three of which have come since his last MVP win a decade ago. He didn’t drop off the MVP vote until his 20th season, which serves as yet further testament to his legendary ability and almost unheard-of longevity.