Viral Pregame Photo of Lakers Star LeBron James Causes Stir

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is no longer wearing his walking boot. It’s a great development for the four-time NBA champion and fans are looking forward to his return. NBA fans took notice of a viral pregame photo of LeBron, and their reaction is priceless.

King James has been out due to a high-ankle sprain for almost three weeks. However, everyone spotted a boot-less LeBron in Toronto. LA celebrated a 110-101 win and things took a good turn for the team.

Viral pregame photo of LeBron impressed fans

Dr. Rajpal Brar saw the photo and revealed his thoughts on the next move.

“LeBron is out of the walking boot. Next step is progressing weight-bearing activities and based on his response, ramping up intensity.”

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LeBron and Anthony Davis joined the Lakers in Toronto. They will travel with the team on the road trip. That’s a good thing, right? LA will return to the Staples Center on April 15 to play against the Boston Celtics.

“Yeah, they’ll both be on the road with us. AD continues to ramp-up, but still a ways away,” Vogel told reporters before departing for the trip. “LeBron is still out indefinitely.”

LeBron was set to miss 4-6 weeks. But, he is a beast and he may return to the floor sooner than expected.

“We’re just about two weeks removed from that high-ankle sprain he suffered and soruces close to LeBron tell me it’s going to be 4-6 weeks total recovery time, they estimate,” ESPN’s Dave McMenamin said on SportsCenter over the weekend. “But LeBron is a freak of nature and his body could respond faster. We’ll see how that goes. I’ve also been told he’s been getting up as early at 5 in the morning to go through rehab.”

LeBron can’t stand the idea of missing his time on the floor. He wakes up in the middle of the night and htat’s the first thing that pops in his mind.

The Lakers superstar rarely misses games. He missed a lot of time due to his groin injury in the 2018-19 season. This season, LeBron was the perfect MVP candidate with averages of 25.4 points, 7.9 rebounds, and 7.9 assists.

“Nothing angers and saddens me more than not being available to and for my teammates! I’m hurt inside and out right now,” LeBron tweeted shortly after the injury. “The road back from recovery begins now. Back soon like I never left.”