An ice hockey challenge from Brady, a partner to face MJ and Pippen: Best moments from LeBron's Twitter Q&A

Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James walks away from the basket during the first half of the team's NBA basketball game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. (Jae C. Hong/AP)

On a night when there was no NBA action, LeBron James decided to help fans fill the void with an impromptu Twitter Q&A that certainly generated a lot of buzz and intrigue.

Obviously fans wanted to know what the future holds for the Los Angeles Lakers star who played his 19th season and still put up elite-level production averaging 30.3 points, 8.2 rebounds and 6.2 assists per game.

When asked how many more years he has left, James didn't provide a concrete timeline but also made it clear that he has a lot left in the tank.

He also made it clear that his desire is to play on the same team as his 18-year-old son Bronny.

The celebrities eventually started to chime into the conversation with Tampa Bay Buccaneers star quarterback Tom Brady asking him who would win in an ice hockey shootout. James couldn't help but give himself the advantage in a matchup but knows his height would provide a challenge.

We have seen Brady take his talents to other sports as he will be teaming up with Aaron Rodgers to take on Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen in the latest edition of The Match where the four quarterbacks will hit the links in a golf match.

James was also brought up with the idea of a hypothetical 2-on-2 game where he would have to choose a partner to go up against Chicago Bulls legends Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. James had a tough time picking just one player but made it clear he would go with Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant or Kyrie Irving.

When asked about who his favourite player under 25-year-old is? James was quick to name Luka Doncic.

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