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Watch: Dwight Howard Makes Sensational Block, LeBron James Scores With Epic Spin
August 8, 2020
LeBron James won’t go home without a title and this spin shows pretty much everything you should know about him. The three-time NBA champion joined his team for the game against the Indiana Pacers. The Los Angeles Lakers have clinched the No.1 spot in the West. Although the team has to fix the offensive struggles on the field, LA players are confident about their postseason.
The Lakers will use the rest of the seeding games to fine-tune lineups. Players will work on their mistakes, and the offense will have plenty of time to level up the performance. Indiana is in a tie with the 76ers for the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference. This win will give them the strength to make space and avoid going to No.6 in the standings.
A few Lakers players are out, and this gives the Pacers more chances to win this game.
LeBron James to provide another spin in the season
Frank Vogel and his players lost the last two games, a pair of back-to-backs. LA had a cold shooting game in the loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Their game against the Houston Rockets wasn’t really good either. LeBron sat out the contest against the Rockets due to a sore right groin. Alex Caruso was out due to left neck muscle spasms. Both players were listed questionable for the Indiana game. LA plays without Danny Green who is treating his sore right hip. In other words, Lakers fans will get to see more of Dion Waiters and JR Smith in this particular game.
The most important thing for LA is to stay healthy for the postseason. Players will also have to work on their shooting problems. LA shoots 23.4 percent from beyond the arc.
Indiana fans hoped to see LeBron at the sidelines. He is in the game now, and his presence lowers the chances Indiana has to win this match. Things are really hot in Orlando, and players are giving their best to prove doubters wrong. LeBron is off to a win and Anthony Davis would like to get his own ring too.
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.