As the unprecedentedly talented high school phenom at St. Vincent–St. Mary High School in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, LeBron James already had a couple of tattoos, although they were mostly covered up by his baggier high school jersey and “L23” arm band. But good luck trying to cover up any of the tattoos that cover the massive pythons he calls arms today. James seemingly had a tradition of getting a new tattoo (if not multiple) before each NBA postseason began; given that he’s made the playoffs every single year after his rookie year in the NBA, that’s a lot of tattoos. While he has numerous tattoos, some of which have been retouched and/or redone over the years, two of his most recent additions include the words “Akron” and “Est. 1984” (the latter being the year James was born) across the top of both of his trapezius (shoulder) muscles.