Should the 6-foot-2, 180-pound Young, a native of Norman, Oklahoma, decide to forgo his remaining three years of college eligibility and enter the 2018 NBA Draft, where it has been predicted that he could be a top-five pick, James feels there is only one more important question left to answer.
In January, LeBron told reporters Young is a "very special player".
Asked the biggest adjustment Young will have to make, James said, "How much money he's going to spend monthly and how much he's going to save monthly".
What decision? That ain't no decision. "That's like saying my waking up this morning - that ain't no decision". That ain't no decision.
"A local guy here in Trae Young is going to have to make the decision to go pro or (stay in school)", a reporter said to James. (It's like) brushing my teeth - that ain't no decision. Most draft experts project him as a lottery pick if he were to leave for the National Basketball Association after this season.
Young is averaging an NCAA-high 29.5 points and 9.4 assists this season for Oklahoma, which is 16-8 overall but has slumped recently, losing six of its past eight games. Young has pointed to his affinity for the two-time NBA MVP's offensive game, and as a player that would become similar size Curry seems to have been an easy role model.
If Oklahoma's season ends in disappointing fashion, or Young suffers an injury between now and then, returning next season could become palatable for him.