- LeBron James will not be playing in the NBA Finals for the first time since 2010.
- James does not seem all too concerned with missing his shot at a title this year, as it means he gets to spend more time celebrating Taco Tuesday with his family.
- In a video posted by his son Bronny, fans saw just how excited James gets to celebrate Taco Tuesday.
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The NBA Finals begin on Thursday, and for the first time since 2010, LeBron James will not be playing.
It’s the end of one of the most dominant runs by a single player in the history of the league, with James missing the opportunity to even get back to the NBA Finals after the Lakers failed to make the postseason after a disappointing year.
But while the Raptors and Warriors prepare to compete for the trophy, James doesn’t seem to feel like he’s missing out on much. Rather than sulking at the ending of his impressive streak, James is indulging with his family and celebrating Taco Tuesday.
In a video posted to his son Bronny’s Instagram story, James was seen celebrating with his family ahead of what must be a favourite meal of the week, excitedly imploring each of his kids to yell out “TACO TUESDAY!” around the table.
You can watch the video below.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 29, 2019
On Twitter, fans seemed to enjoy the celebratory mood of James’ household.
Love that family fun.
— Chuck (@chuckelsey) May 29, 2019
Made me chuckle!! Good family man!!????????????
— Greg Spence (@37heaven) May 29, 2019
Love this. He’s a good dad!
— Scott Urbanek (@ScottUrb) May 29, 2019
In addition to Taco Tuesday, James has also spent his time since the start of the postseason keeping his skills sharp, most recently crushing a 14-year-old in a shooting contest.
James has always been a family man, but with Bronny now on Instagram, it’s possible that moving forward we’ll have a new perspective on the home life of DadBron as shot through his oldest son’s iPhone.
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