Forget Jordan Rules, as LeBron James goes his own way it's "LeBron Rules" now


OK, so LeBron James is working out with teammates at a "safe, secure" private location these days.

That doesn't sound as if it fits under the NBA's guidelines for what can be done during the league's hiatus. Most teams were operating under the assumption that players could work out only at team facilities:

Yes, three or four players could be on the court at the same time, but they had to be separate. They were NOT supposed to actually be "practicing" together. There were all sorts of other rules associated with it, but I'm sure "The King" abided by them all.

I mean, he would never think he's so special that he's not governed by the same rules as his minions, right?

You've heard, by now, about Jordan Rules. Now get used to LeBron Rules.

If you haven't already.

Forget Jordan Rules, as LeBron James goes his own way it's "LeBron Rules" now originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest


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