Danny Green Says LeBron Is Good With Taking Criticism From Coaches
LeBron James is the greatest basketball player of all time, but that doesn’t mean that he won’t take criticism from caches and even teammates during film sessions. Everyone makes a mistake, including the king of basketball, and he is ready to take criticism whenever he makes one. That’s what Lakers shooting guard Danny Green said.
The shooting guard said when coaches and teammates call out the king, LeBron admits his mistakes. Let’s be honest, superstars don’t really do it. LeBron is the best to play the game, and he still takes ownership of his mistakes. What does LeBron say when coaches and players ask him to pass more or to be more aggressive? He listens, and brings out his positive attitude.
“There’s so many, there’s not just one. He’ll take ownership when he does mess up,” Green told Erik Garcia Gundersen of LeBron Wire. “In a film session he will say that’s my box-out, that’s my x-out, that guy there was a miss. And we will tell him, ‘Bron you need to do this, we need to you be more aggressive, we need you to pass more, he’ll listen. He’ll actually take that with a positive attitude and actually apply it to the game to help our team.”
Danny Green is right about LeBron James
The four-time MVP is all-in when it comes to winning games, and he will do whatever it takes to help the team win a title this season. He promised his fans to win a championship, and he is on a good way to do that.
Los Angeles had an incredible start of the season. LeBron’s team is 17-3 at this point, and the king feels great. He is healthy, and Anthony Davis is here to help him achieve his goal.
King James is averaging 25.7 points, 7.2 rebounds and 10.9 assists per game. He’s shooting 50.1 percent from the field, 34.5 percent from beyond the arc and 68.1 percent from the free-throw line. Let’s not forget that he has 16 double-doubles and five triple-doubles on the regular season.
The Lakers lost a home game to the Dallas Mavericks. The Denver Nuggets are next on their list, and we believe that LeBron and his teammates will do whatever it takes to help the team win this game. LeBron tries really hard even in games that don’t require him to try hard. In some games, things take the wrong direction, and the team loses lead. Hopefully, it won’t happen again. It’s an 82-game season, and the Lakers won 17 games. That’s not something you underestimate, right? They can do much better than this. LeBron can do much better than this, and yes, he will do that.