LeBron James revealed the one thing that could make him Play until he's 40; to be able to play against his son LeBron James Jr. According to Fox Sports, the 32-year-old Cavaliers forward said, he would love to foul his son on a game in the NBA if ever that chance will arrive. James said he'd be "washed up" by then, but he hopes to be still able to play long enough to join his son Bronny on the court.

"I don’t know if I could play washed, but I damn sure would love to stick around if my oldest son can have an opportunity to play against me. That would be the icing on the cake right there," James said.

The father of three intends to introduce physical play to his son and wouldn't care whether he gets a flagrant foul for doing so. He jokingly added that he would consume all of his six fouls for his son.

In a more intense statement, James said he doesn't care if gets ejected but promises to give his son a shot of what physical basketball means.

LeBron James as a father

LeBron James is frequently seen attending his son Bronny's school basketball. Like any dedicated father who's ever supportive of his son's passion, James coaches him through his plays, allowing him to give input on how to play games better and more efficient. James, outside the NBA court, is a normal father who always feels like an achiever whenever his son does well in his games.

When asked whether he intends to foul his son while shooting, James implied that whenever he gets the chance, he would do it. LeBron James, who becomes a free agent next year, doesn't feel pressured over choosing to stay in Cleveland or leave and find another team to share his talent. After all, the three-time NBA champion has delivered his promise to bring the championship to Cleveland, and he did in 2016.

LeBron James on Cleveland Cavaliers

In his interview with GQ and mentioned on Fox Sports, James said he owes nothing to no one, but clearly, states his mission in Cleveland. He hopes to be able to give inspiration, passion, and commitment for the game. He also added that every time he would wear the Cavaliers jersey, he wants to be remembered for those things.

LeBron James recently celebrated the Cavs win against the Celtics during this season's NBA opening night. The celebration, however, is overshadowed by the gruesome injury of Gordon Hayward who broke his ankle trying to make an alley-oop. James showed sportsmanship by reaching out to Hayward before he was taken out on a stretcher. According to several reports, James also visited Hayward in the locker room where he received treatment.