No matter how good a person is, it will eventually become a thing of the past. Time seems to be an "enemy" that cannot be defeated. Sometimes, things are out of your control, such as LeBron James this season. Although he is 35 years old and is also a veteran in the NBA league, James has maintained "full attendance" this season until he missed the game against the Nuggets due to injuries. James' full attendance this season can be said to be incomplete . James "failed", but in the NBA, in addition to James, there are many players who can play 82 games in the "old age" season and maintain "full attendance".
What does it mean to keep attending a single season? First of all, it means that "injuries" that cannot be played in the season can not occur. You must know that "older" players are more prone to injuries than young players due to "aging" of physical functions. Of course, James belongs to this category. He was absent from the game; secondly, the player is an "essential" role in the team, but the dispensable role may not be that he does not want to play, but that the coach did not put him in the plan.
Third, to overcome their own "lazyness", everyone has a "lazy gene", and sometimes the idea of "laziness" is very normal; fourthly, other "unexpected circumstances" that affect the game, such as " "The death of a loved one" and other unexpected circumstances, the player must go, and the NBA cannot ask for "prohibition of such leave", which seems inhumane; in the end, the league must not be "banned", such as "above" at a certain point in time, He used a "malicious foul" and was banned by the league.
In this way, the veteran's full attendance in a single season became a very difficult task. But in the NBA, there are some people who can do this. Let's take the 35-year-old as the "watershed". Look at those 35-year-old or even "older" players who can still maintain 82 appearances in the season. We will only Mention of full-time attendance is also a player who played 82 times, even if he played 81 times, it will not be mentioned. Of course, we will only mention All-Star players.