LeBron James' days of representing his country in the Olympics likely are finished.
Jerry Colangelo, long-time USA Basketball managing director, told ESPN he does not expect the Los Angeles Lakers star to compete in the Games again.
James opted out of the upcoming Tokyo Olympics after skipping Rio five years ago.
He will be 39-years-old for the next Summer Games in Paris, and Colangelo said he does not expect the NBA legend to return to international duty.
"You know, Father Time takes its toll," Colangelo told ESPN on Wednesday. "If you're a human being, your body is built to go so long depending on what your sport is, and then it's a downhill situation.
"LeBron made choices these last couple of Olympics not to participate because he's got a lot of things going on in his life.
"So he put in his time, he made a contribution that is appreciated, but I think his time is over."
James previously helped Team USA to gold medals in the London and Beijing Olympics and bronze in Athens.
Three Olympic medals, one @FIBA World Championship medal, career accomplishments on and off the court and one of greatest to ever play the game of #basketball.— Olympic Channel (@olympicchannel) September 2, 2019
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With James and numerous other NBA stars skipping the Games this summer, head coach Gregg Popovich's 12-player squad for Tokyo will feature only three returning Olympians: Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Kevin Love.