LeBron James stuffed the stat sheet in the Lakers' 100-92 win over the Knicks on Wednesday night.
James finished with 21 points on 9-of-16 shooting, while adding six rebounds, five assists, and five steals in 36 minutes.
Many New York fans have held out hope that the 15-time All-Star, four-time MVP, and three-time NBA Champion would one day join the Knicks. In fact, many thought James was going to choose the Knicks in the summer of 2010, when he instead elected to play for the Miami Heat, winning two titles in South Beach.
There's also been reports of LeBron wanting to play in the NBA long enough to play on the same team as his son, LeBron James Jr., if he ever reaches the league.
And if Bronny were to ever be a Knick, would LeBron Sr. consider joining him in New York?
"My son's in the ninth grade, man," James said after the game with a laugh. "Trying to worry about what project he's got to turn in tomorrow. That's what's most important: school, home, and being the best big brother he can be."
James was also asked about what playing at Madison Square Garden as a road player meant to him.
"Probably my favorite arena in the world to play as a visitor," he said. "Coming here, understanding the history, the mecca of basketball, being here in the bright lights, being here in the Garden, it's my favorite place to come play, so (it's) absolutely special."