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LeBron James has become the NBA's oldest player as he's 38 years old entering the 2023-24 season. While it was assumed by many that James would retire after he played a season with his oldest son, Bronny James, that may not be the case. 

In a new commercial for "Beats by Dre," James hinted that he may want to play with his youngest son, Bryce James, before he retires from the NBA.

"Tell them you're not done until you play with your son. Then do that again," Savannah James says in the commercial after listing several of the Lakers star's goals and accomplishments.

James has made it clear in the past that he wants to play at least one season with Bronny James. The eldest of James' sons is slated to begin his freshman season at USC this year, which means he could declare for the 2024 NBA Draft if he wanted to.

Meanwhile, Bryce James still has two years at the high school level remaining, then he'd have to play at least one year of college. If that's truly what LeBron wants to do, he'd have to play at least four more seasons up until the age of 42.

It's certainly possible the Lakers star could elect to do that, especially given his current level of play.