LeBron James Sends Message to Jazz Star

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James has something to say to the Utah Jazz star. Wonder why?

The Lakers got last year’s Sixth Man of the Year award winner Montrezl Harrell in the offseason. General Manager Rob Pelinka also got Dennis Schroder. Harrell had a bad year and Schroder got the starting job.

Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson is averaging 18.4 points per game and the NBA rewarded him as the Sixth Man of the Year for this season. LeBron has already played with Clarkson in Cleveland. They won a lot of games together in the 2017-18 season.

The four-time NBA champion took notice of the award Clarkson got and his reaction was sort of expected.

LeBron James knows the Jazz guard well

Clarkson was once considered one of the best young pieces. However, the Lakers decided to trade him. Clarkson is one of the many former Lakers players who are starting to play better in the NBA. Clarkson may easily become one of the best bench players in the NBA.

The Utah Jazz have a good season. They have the best record in the league despite having a young roster. Well, things got a bit rough for the franchise. The Jazz lost Game 1 against the Memphis Grizzlies. That’s how you kill someone’s motivation.

The Jazz weren’t the only team to lose Game 1 of the series. LeBron and his teammates lost the first game of the series against the Phoenix Suns. Andre Drummond didn’t play well in the first outing in the postseason.

“I think with the big lineup, we didn’t have enough time to work on it, so it’s something that we’re kind of just throwing out there with little time and little experience,” Drummond said Monday. “I think we’re doing a good job of figuring it out on the fly despite us being in the playoffs right now.

“Obviously lineup changes are going to happen. We’re going to do whatever it takes to win, so it’s just feeling it out and doing what’s best for the team.”

Will LeBron and his teammates win Game 2?