As far as LeBron James is concerned, if Oklahoma freshman Trae Young takes even a second to contemplate whether or not he should declare for the NBA draft this year, that's a second too long.

"What decision? That ain't no decision. That's like saying if I'm waking up this morning. That ain't no decision. Brushing my teeth, that ain't no decision. He better go pro," James said Tuesday.

Young has taken the college basketball world by storm with his Stephen Curry-esque repertoire on offense. He currently leads the country in both points (29.5) and assists (9.4), and is tied for third in made 3-pointers with 97 across 24 outings.

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Projected to be a high lottery selection, there's a chance Young could end up a Cleveland Cavalier next season via the Brooklyn Nets' pick. That would pair Young with James if the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player chooses to re-sign with his hometown squad.

There's no reason to think the 19-year-old phenom won't declare for the draft in 2018. Whenever he does enter the Association, James quickly identified the biggest adjustment Young will have to make when becoming a pro.

"How much money he gonna spend monthly, and how much he gonna save," James joked. "That's the only adjustment he's gotta worry about."

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