Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James doesn’t really say much about his return and his injury recovery process. But, he misses the game and there’s a tiny hint of his potential return. We can’t wait to see him back on the floor. The Lakers struggled without the superstar. Anthony Davis is out, too. He hasn’t played since February.
The Lakers did defeat the top seed in the Western Conference and LeBron delivered a powerful message. It was more like a warning to the rest of the NBA.
The four-time NBA champion took to his Instagram account to write, “Impatiently patiently waiting.” How about that!
LeBron James recovers well from his injury
LeBron has been out for a month due to a high ankle sprain. He suffered an injury in the game against the Atlanta Hawks. Solomon Hill took a tumble into LeBron’s leg and he screamed in pain. It was more than obvious that his leg was hurt.
“I haven’t necessarily seen him scream and squall like that, probably ever, not even with that groin,” Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma told the media after the injury. “It had to hurt a little bit, for sure.”
Adrian Wojnarowski from ESPN reported that LeBron will probably return by the end of the month.
LeBron was the top MVP candidate but he missed too much time. He is averaging 25.4 points on 53.1 percent shooting along with 7.9 rebounds and 7.9 assists.
LeBron may be patient with his recovery but he is impatient about his return. Aggravating his injury is the last thing he needs at the moment. LeBron is having difficult times and he keeps everyone informed about it. In his recent tweet, the kid from Akron told us that he really misses the game.
Things will soon get better for the purple and gold. LeBron told everyone that a storm was coming and we bet his rivals got the message. The Lakers entered the season as the top seed in the West but they fell to No.5.
King James shared a photo of him and AD, and said the weatherman “predicts a thunderstorm.” We all know what that means.
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.