Lakers’ LeBron James Is Out Wednesday, Gets Shots Up

The Los Angeles Lakers will have to find a way to confront the Thunder on Wednesday as king James will not suit up for the game. LeBron James suffered a groin strain during the game against the Golden State Warriors and had to leave the match due to his condition.

LeBron James was set to miss a few games, and he is definite out on Wednesday, as reported by Tania Ganguli. The Lakers star is getting shots up for the first time since his strain. He is missing another game, and still recovers from his strain. The Lakers are still hoping that LeBron will get back on time to confront New York.

LeBron’s injury put fans in panic mode. Lakers director of basketball operations Magic Johnson got LeBron on the team to help the guys win more games, and having him injured is not the best scenario you could think of.

Basketball players can relate to LeBron as most of them have suffered some sort of injury. Stephen Curry is one of them. Right after LeBron’s injury, Steph said it will take a week before he recovers. The point guard was injured on Nov. 8, and missed 11 contests. Steph had the perfect advice for LeBron.

“The biggest frustration is that you get to a point where you are pain-free but you still have to be a little bit more cautious. I don’t know the severity of LeBron’s injury, but becoming pain-free is just one step. And then you have to ramp up your load on the court to make sure everything you do won’t set you back. That is the one thing that you can’t afford with that injury, is to keep reinjuring it,” he said.

Let’s hope that King James will suit up for Friday’s match against New York.

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