Magic Johnson Talks On LeBron’s Impact Since Joining The Lakers

LeBron James arrived in Los Angeles with a goal. He wanted to win a title with the Los Angeles Lakers. Magic Johnson was part of the front office when LeBron arrived in town. Unfortunately, the Lakers couldn’t win a title. LeBron suffered an injury on Christmas Day. He missed 17 games due to that injury. His younger teammates failed to build a connection, and the season was over for them. Magic Johnson resigned from his position, and the Lakers signed a few new names, including Anthony Davis. The former Pelicans superstar was just enough for LeBron to win more games. Both players showed interest in playing together.

Johnson discussed LeBron’s role on the team. He also discussed the dominant season his Los Angeles Lakers have. The Lakers icon also weighed in on LeBron’s impact on the game.

The NBA suspended the regular season due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to Johnson, the NBA break may be a problem for LeBron and his teammates. The Lakers were in a really good shape this season, and they were dominant on the floor. LA progressed a lot, and they can’t risk a failure.

“He [LeBron] added to his game, he reinvented himself this season, because he was posting more, he was taking down those guards or forwards down low and punishing them in the post. I really enjoyed seeing him just reinventing himself, that’s why he is having this outstanding season. MVP type season.”

Magic Johnson is right about LeBron

LeBron was more than successful this season. This is one of the best seasons LeBron has had in his career. Too bad that the coronavirus stopped his team from snatching the title.

King James averages 27.1 points per game in the 2019-20 season. He has an outstanding performance in the postseason. LeBron has shown great accuracy from the field, assists, and rebounds. According to experts, LeBron has played in 239 playoff games.

LeBron had a good chance to win the NBA MVP award. Although some say this award belongs to Giannis Antetokounmpo, LeBron deserves it. For most NBA analysts, LeBron is the NBA MVP for the 2019-20 season. He is the king, remember?