In a grandstand not seen by b-ball fans starting around 2011, 

LeBron James made his eagerly awaited return to the Drew League on Saturday. 

What's more, King James didn't dishearten.

A standing-room just horde of any age pressed inside the 

exercise center at King/Drew Magnet High School in Los Angeles

to observe the 37-year-old's appearance at the famous Pro-Am association only hours after it was reported he would play. 

The electric environment set up for what turned out to be one more exemplary appearance for

the Lakers genius as he combined efforts with Bulls star and L.A. local DeMar DeRozan 

Black Pearl Elite in an early evening skirmish of unbeatens.