Born in 1980, he is still playing among players in their 20s and 30s. It is the result of great body care.
On the 5th (Korean time), Miami Heat judoka Nis Haslem (42, 201cm) revealed his secret to continuing his active career in an interview with ‘The Sports Rush’.
Haslem was born in 1980 and is 42 years old in the US. He is the oldest among active players. He has a 4 year gap with second place Andre Iguodala. He can be said to be an unrivaled elder (?).
Entering the league through the 2002 NBA draft, he played a total of 877 games. He is averaging 7.5 points and 6.6 rebounds per game for his career.
Even this season, now 42, he still hits the court occasionally. He has appeared in 5 games this season, and there was 1 game as a starter토토. He averaged 0.6 points and 1.2 rebounds in games played.
For him to compete is great and respectable. It can’t be the product of great body care.
Haslem said, “If I didn’t take care of my body thoroughly, it would of course be impossible to play on the court at my age.”
LeBron and Haslem ate together in the Miami Heat in the past. It’s been quite a while since I’ve been breathing in the main lineup. It is said that Haslem personally saw and felt Lebron’s body care secrets during this process and transplanted some of them into his own program.
LeBron is a player who is certain to succeed Haslem’s dignity, and who is likely to surpass him. Born in 1984, he is still showing top-notch skills.
If the oldest player ever comes out, it’s likely to be Lebron. The current record is held by Nat Hickey, who briefly played for the Providence Striprollers as a coach and then a player. Hickey has a past registered as a player at the age of 45.