In part-one of LeBron James' interview with Good Morning America's Robin Roberts, the Miami Heat superstar shares his thoughts about his career, role models and last month's ESPYs.
Roberts wasted no time asking LeBron about his next big decision in free agency to which he replied "I'm happy right now being in Miami, obviously winning two championships in a row and hopefully everything works out," he said.
"But when that time comes upon us, I'll be able to tackle that. But happiness and life and what you do makes it easier to show up every day."
He then noted that he has ten or so years left of playing in the NBA, to which he doesn't take for granted.
"I think I've got another 10, maybe 10, less than 10, my clock is winding," he said. "This is the longest shortest job career that you have."
The two also touched on the latest PED scandal to hit Major League Baseball and specifically the New York Yankee's superstar, Alex Rodriguez.
"It sends a bad message," he said. "It's unfortunate that we have a story like Alex Rodriguez. You never want to see controversy, because it's a direct effect to the kids that's coming after us. So many kids look up to us as roles models and leaders and inspiration."
When asked who his role models were, to no surprise James mentioned his mother and also high on his list was Michael Jordan.
"Michael Jordan gave me a dream that I could possibly reach some day. I wanted to be able to fly in the air and make game winning shots and stick my tongue out at the wrong time," he joked.
He also expressed what being recognized by his peers at last months ESPYs meant to him, "it means a lot to me, it means I'm holding up my end of the bargain."
Part-two of Robert's sit down with LeBron James continues tomorrow on Good Morning America. Be sure to tune in.