LeBron James Blocks Paul Millsap So Hard He Broke The Video Board (Video)

The King is here. LeBron James has the power to block his opponents, and now you will see how he blocks Paul Millsap. LeBron is not joking. He made a promise. The three-time NBA champion joined the Los Angeles Lakers to win a title. The awful groin injury stopped him last year. Things have changed and LeBron is really close to his fourth ring. Lakers big man Anthony Davis is here to make things easier for him and other players.

The Los Angeles Lakers are playing Denver and they have one more seeding game on the schedule. The Sacramento Kings are next on the list, and the Lakers are ready for the challenge.

This particular game doesn’t hold a special meaning for the Lakers. They don’t have to win it. The same applies to the Nuggets. They will probably clinch the No.3 seed in the conference. The Lakers have already done that and they hold the top spot in the West. But finishing the resumption with a couple of wins will definitely serve as a motivation for players.

It’s not like LeBron needs a motivation or something. He came to win and that’s his main priority now. Although the king has some concerns outside the floor, he seems to be positive about the NBA playoffs. LA has a chance to make the playoffs for the first time in many years and fans can’t wait to see them in action.

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LeBron James blocks Paul Millsap for a win

Several key players on the Lakers roster have playoff experience. This includes veteran guard Rajon Rondo. The veteran missed all six seeding games due to a fractured thumb. But, he feels great now and the Lakers will have him back for the playoffs. Rondo will take some of the load off LeBron and he needs to be 100% healthy to do that.

The Lakers are favorites to win the title and they will probably meet the Milwaukee Bucks in the big game. When it comes to the Bucks, LeBron is competing with Giannis Antetokounmpo and James Harden for the NBA MVP award.