LeBron James Health Entering Lakers’ 2022-23 Season Revealed Discussed

The Los Angeles Lakers struggled without their stars last season. LeBron James missed significant time in the regular season and fans have some concerns about his health. The four-time NBA champion is the ultimate leader for the team. LA needs him healthy and strong to make the playoffs, and finally, win the championship. LeBron had to deal with ankle, knee and groin injury. These injuries didn’t stop him from averaging 30.3 points per game. LeBron was close to winning another MVP award, but his team had a bad season and he wasn’t really a candidate.

NBA analysts are a bit worried about LeBron’s age and health. He saw action in 56 games last season. Will he miss more time this time?

Fans didn’t see LeBron playing basketball in the last couple of months. Well, he had a pleasant surprise and teamed up with DeMar DeRozan to win the Drew League game on July 16. Seeing him win was great. There’s more. LeBron told Dave McMenamin that he is “100% healthy.” Want more? LeBron shared a photo of him on Instagram and the caption says it all. “Yeah I know I’m a lunatic to the grind.” He delivered similar message in his second Instagram story. “Man I can’t wait for the fall! So ready to get back out there! So motivated.”

LeBron James has no concerns about his health

We couldn’t agree more. The Lakers have entered an important season and they have a few issues to handle. Russell Westbrook will probably stay on the roster, but LeBron and AD want Kyrie Irving. We can’t make any predictions at this moment.

LeBron is the GOAT, but he wants to be even better. Is that even possible? We all know that LeBron joined the Lakers to win titles. He has just one ring as a Lakers player. Let’s keep them coming!

“I came here to win a championship. And I want to win more. So I accomplished what I wanted to accomplish, but I’m still hungry for more,” James said during his exit interview in April. “I’m confident that this organization wants the same. That’s what this organization has always been about. … So I’ve done that. We’ve done that. But I want to do it again.”