​Though you wouldn't know it from looking at his stats or watching any given ​Lakers game, ​LeBron James isn't the spry, headband-wearing teenager that we fell in love with in the mid 2000s. 

At 33 going on 34, James appears to be succumbing to those same traps we mere mortals fall into. We start going to bed at 8:30 p.m. and wake up at 7:30 a.m.

Well, ​​23-year-old youngster ​Kyle Kuzma, a well known Twitter master, just couldn't let this opportunity pass. 

He served King James. 

Jeez, Kuzma. LeBron is transforming the Lakers one game at a time when most superstars are reduced to bench roles, which is a far cry from being a "grandpa."

LeBron's averages of 27.8 points, 7.7 rebounds, and 6.7 assists are right on par with his career averages in Year 14, which is frankly unbelievable. The hops and athleticism? Still there.

The expanding range from three? Still there.

James is one of the few players in the NBA that genuinely ages like a fine wine. If that's what 33 gets you, Look out for what happens when he's 34.