Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James won’t give up without a good fight. By “good fight” we mean “good game.” The Lakers superstar is ready to go back to the basketball court, and he needs to win this title. The great LeBron James shared yet another workout video. He is trying to tell everyone that he is ready to go after his fourth ring.
King James is 35, and he is working out really hard. He used the free time to work on his body and add strength to his arms. The NBA season may soon resume, and LeBron wants to be ready for that.
LeBron took to his Instagram account to share a video of his most recent workout. That’s how beasts work out!
“Staying poised, primed and prepped for whenever it’s time to punch again,” he wrote on Instagram.
LeBron recently went public with his desire to carry on with the season amidst reports suggesting that NBA execs and agents are pushing to have the year cancelled altogether.
Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson talked about this, and from what we can see, he really understands LeBron. He understands his main point.
LeBron and the Lakers are trying to do something great this season. Pretty much every player on the roster is ready to play for a title. The same applies to the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Clippers.
For Johnson, teams should play in empty arenas instead of canceling the season. It may be a different game, but players will at least have a chance to compete for a title.
The Lakers sit on top of the Western Conference, and LeBron leads the NBA in assists. Now we understand this urge to hit the floor. LA players are pretty confident about their power, and honestly, they have all the potential they need to win this championship. Although the Bucks are on top of the East, LeBron and Co. can easily defeat them. 2020 is their season. Let’s not forget that the Lakers defeated the Clippers and Milwaukee before the coronavirus outbreak. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is expected to make an announcement on the next moves.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.