Except for his backpedaling hairline, LeBron James shows no visible signs of age.
At 32, still in his prime, and still at the top of his game, he's defying time.
"Benjamin Button," Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue called him, referring to the fictional character who ages backward.
Following a regular season in which he averaged more minutes per game (37.8) than any player, James logged 43.7 per game during Cleveland's tougher-than-it-looked sweep over the Indiana Pacers in the first round of the playoffs. And as James and the defending champions await either Toronto or Milwaukee in the second round, James is taking advantage of the down...