Cleveland Cavaliers superstar forward LeBron James has established himself as perhaps the most physically-gifted player in NBA history. However, even James could not help but praise another fellow ageless wonder in Minnesota Timberwolves shooting guard Jamal Crawford.

While their playing styles may be completely different, one thing they share in common is the fact that both players have been unfazed by Father Time up to this point. According to Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribune, James even compared Crawford’s likeness to Benjamin Button:

 “His face is, his birth certificate ain’t. But his face is. He’s like Benjamin Button.”

For those that are unaware, James was referring to a movie featuring Brad Pitt as a man who ages backwards. Needless to say, Crawford has shown to suffer from the same affliction.

The veteran sixth man is one of the few players that not only looks the same as he did when he first entered the league but also plays the same as well. The 37-year-old is regarded as arguably the greatest bench scorer in league history.

Interestingly enough, there had even been talk about Crawford potentially joining the Cavs as a free agent prior to the 2017-18 NBA season. However, both sides were unable to reach a deal as he went on to sign with Minnesota.

Unfortunately, James may have been hoping that Crawford’s youth could have been expensed on another team after the Timberwolves handed the Cavs one of their worst losses of the year. Meanwhile, the veteran managed to tie James’ point total with 10 despite playing eight fewer minutes.