LeBron Could Be the Best Handball Player in the World in Less Than Six Months

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LeBron Could Be the Best Handball Player in the World in Less Than Six Months

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LeBron Could Be the Best Handball Player in the World in Less Than Six Months

If this isn’t the greatest quote from the 2016 Olympics so far, it certainly has to be in the Top 5. From the Washington Post:

Really, how long would it take LeBron James to become the best handball player in the world?

“Maybe six months,” U.S. national team Coach Javier Garcia-Cuesta said. “This is just a hypothetical. He has everything. When you see him playing, your mouth drops.”

My only question would be why six months? Why not … two months? Having watched maybe ninety seconds of handball so far, the rules seem fairly easy. LeBron has power and speed and I think he’d be able to dominate the sport very quickly.

He’s a decent athlete, right?

Because NBC is lame about You Tube videos, I can’t actually show you any Handball goals from the Olympics. But here are some sweet Handball goals from 2015:

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