LeBron James and his wife Savannah James have been married for nine years and together for 21.
Along the way the pair has welcomed three children, immense success and all the highs and lows that come standard in life.
After two decades as partners, nobody would blame LeBron and Savannah for losing that special spark. It’s natural. It happens to everyone.
But this week, thanks to a series of vacation videos posted online, the happy couple made it clear that they are still having as good a time together as they ever have.
The clips largely speak for themselves:
LeBron and Savannah turning up together 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/K9REMielTA
— Bronupdates (@Bronupdates) September 17, 2022
Savannah gives LeBron the middle finger on their anniversary 🤣 pic.twitter.com/cCY73D3x63
— Bronupdates (@Bronupdates) September 15, 2022
LeBron and Savannah are reportedly bringing in their anniversary in Italy right now. With the NBA regular season still some ways away, it makes sense. Particularly in light of the last few months they had.
Everything between LeBron and Savannah seems to be fine now, though. Now their son Bronny is the one with the relationship drama.
Big picture, as the regular season approaches, expect for LeBron to get increasingly more focused on what lays ahead for him and the Lakers. This is a big year for his legacy.
One bad campaign in 2021-22 can be forgiven. Consecutive showings where he misses the playoffs cannot.
L.A. is currently being linked to a fairly significant trade with the Detroit Pistons. If it goes down, LeBron’s life will get a lot easier next season.
Christian McCaffrey and Olivia Culpo are ready for the Giants.https://t.co/NvDoS4UfvT
— Game 7 (@game7__) September 17, 2022
Hopefully LeBron has been having a good time and getting his mind right in the offseason, because the Lakers will need a big year from him in 2022-23.
Will he be able to deliver?
Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.