LeBron James Gives One Key Reminder to Lakers Teammates Ahead of NBA Return
LeBron James and his Lakers teammates can’t wait for the NBA return, and the king has a clear message for them all. Teams had too much time to rest and relax and that may not be good for high-profile athletes. Getting this much rest is never good.
Next month, 22 teams will make their way to Walt Disney World in Orlando in order to win the championship. For the first time in seven years, the Lakers will get a chance to win the big game.
Before the NBA suspension, LeBron and his teammates were playing like the best team in the league. They defeated Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks. They also smashed the LA Clippers. That’s not all. They also held both teams under their season average during both games. In this two-game stretch, King James played the best basketball in the entire league. He was averaging 32.5 points, 8 rebounds, 8.5 assists, 1.5 steals and a block per game with the Lakers.
This was his game in March. Players spent more than two months at home. Well, Lakers players are optimistic about their next move, and they are positive about their win.
LeBron James has a warning about the NBA return
LeBron keeps pushing his teammates to do their best once they return to the floor.
“From keeping it lighthearted to being serious, James has been at the forefront during the Lakers’ group chats about staying “mentally and physically prepared” as they approach heading to Orlando, according to people familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak publicly,” Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times reported.
LeBron did much more than just sending texts. In April, before the reopening of the Lakers practice facility, Danny Green revealed that LeBron and Anthony Davis have been checking in on their teammates to make sure they had a place to workout in.
This means that LeBron is pretty serious about his championship run, and he seems to be confident about his teammates. The Lakers have a really good team this season, and they are definitely ready to hit the hardwood. Will they win the title for the first time in many years?