LeBron Showing Off His Dance Moves During Practice

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James has some insane skills on the floor, that’s not all, he also has some incredible dance moves.

The 2018-19 season was a complete failure, and LeBron suffered a groin injury on Christmas Day. This injury forced him to stay on the sidelines for a really long time, and he only played 55 games. Yes, LeBron was injured, and missed the chance to make the playoffs for the first time since the 2005-06 season. He came to Los Angeles to win games and win a title. His first season was unsuccessful, but the second one will be pure success.

LeBron’s dance moves are awesome!

Anthony Davis joined the Los Angeles Lakers after series of negotiations. He arrived in the team to help LeBron win a title, and he is doing a really good job in that aspect. Davis is one of the best players in the league, and LeBron needs him to score points. LeBron and Davis make the perfect duo in the NBA, and they are stronger than any other duo this season.

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MOOD 😁👑

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The Clippers have Kawhi Leonard, and the Brooklyn Nets have Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Although these teams brag with their super-talented players, we are convinced that none of them can take down LeBron or Davis.

Truth is, nobody can take down the big LeBron. He scored three consecutive triple-doubles which made him the oldest NBA player to ever achieve that. It’s one of the most brilliant things that describes LeBron and his power on the floor.

Haters kept saying that his performance has declined, calling him “washed king,” but LeBron is here to prove them wrong. He did that by scoring double digits, and helping his team win six consecutive games.

The only match the Lakers lost was the season-opening game against the Clippers. It was the first game of the season, and we all know that things don’t go the way coaches plan.

LA learned the mistakes, and they won’t make them again. This will be a season full of success for the team, and he best is yet to come. Game on, Lakers, the season is yours!

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