Part of LeBron James‘ greatness comes from his near-photographic memory on the basketball court.
After the Cavs’ 83-108 blowout loss to Boston on Sunday, Bron gave reporters an instant recall of the beginning of the fourth quarter.
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As impressive as LeBron’s memory is, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said it’s not an uncommon trait among great players.
Speaking to the media on Monday, Kerr revealed that Draymond Green has a similar, photographic memory for what happens on the court.
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Did LeBron’s memory of the fourth quarter surprise you?
Kerr: “Not for a great player. I think great players remember everything. It’s like a quarterback.”
Your guys do?
Kerr: “Yeah. Not all of them [laughs]. Draymond would be the same way.
“We’ll be watching tape of a game from, we played Houston in December or something, and guys will be like, ‘Oh yeah, I remember that. This is what happened next.’
“So I don’t think it’s that rare. But the best players generally remember the most and have the sharpest memories.”