LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers are winning games this season, and NBA teams don’t even get a chance to go against the king and his team. Los Angeles played the Utah Jazz, and won, of course. The king was really happy with the 121-96 win, but something else caught everyone’s attention. He keeps making fans happy, and this time he gifted his sneakers to a boy and girl. Signed, of course.
This isn’t the first time LeBron surprises a fan, and these kids are definitely happy. You could see that on their faces. LeBron is an incredible person, and Lakers fans like him a lot. I think he earned the trust of Kobe Bryant’s army, too. It was about time that this happens. LeBron is really trying to help the team win a title this season. LA couldn’t even make the finals last season because LeBron suffered a terrible injury. But they are in a good position this season, and it’s more than obvious that LeBron’s team is making a trip to the NBA Finals. They are the best team in the Western Conference, and every player and coach knows it.
Sneakers for fans after every win
LeBron is happy with the win over Utah, but he doesn’t really approve every call referees make. LeBron traveled when bringing the ball up the court in the first quarter of the game, and officials missed the moment. How could they miss this?
The king surprised fans with another double-dribble. He discussed the situation after the game.
“It was the worst thing, probably one of the worst things I’ve ever done in my career,” LeBron said. “I didn’t realize I did it until halftime. One of my coaches showed me.”
The play didn’t affect the game, and Los Angeles had a nice lead early. Anthony Davis scored 26 points, and that’s more than enough for a big win.
This was just another win for LeBron and his team. It’s an incredible season for the Lakers, and they are finally able to break the spell and make the playoffs. That’s why LeBron arrived in Los Angeles. He is winning a title. That’s a sure bet. He and Davis make the best duo in the league, and we believe that the best is yet to come.