LeBron James brought his A-game for his first game in Cleveland in more than two years, leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a 115-108 victory over the Cavaliers on Monday night.

Logo LeBron even made an appearance late in the fourth quarter, a quarter in which he scored 21 points as part of a remarkable 46-point performance.

And LeBron didn’t just score 46 points; he did so with crazy efficiency. He was 19-of-26 from the field (9-of-10 in the fourth quarter) and 7-of-11 from behind the arc, while also pulling down eight rebounds and dishing out six assists.

At 36 years old, LeBron is the oldest Lakers player to score 40-plus points since Kobe Bryant scored 60 in his final career game as a 37-year-old.

LeBron clearly has *a lot* left in the tank, and the defending champion Lakers (an NBA-best 14-4) look like the team to beat once again this season.

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