Scored 2 points in the 4Q in a game they lose by 3? He must have been in facilitation mode.
LOL. By all accounts he shot the ball very well last night but again he's a no-show with the game on the line in the 4P.
And to get his 3 assists he turned the ball over 4 times. I'm not good in math but assist to t/o ratio was pretty bad. Horrendous is probably more accurate.
I know they don't count but he and Westbrook turning the ball over 10 times was instrumental in the loss, especially when you lose by only 3 points.
Brick? He's blaming the refs as usual.
leauge is faker than roller derbyThank goodness James has those bull rushes to the hoop.
3 point shots: 31%
Overall jump shots: 34%
5th least efficient jump shooter in the league.
Worst? Probable ROY, Banchero.
leauge is faker than roller derby
You knew it was likely that LBJ or AD was going down.Bad timing when you're only 2 5 games out of the 6th seed.
Maybe they can sell his injury as load management until Bronny joins the league.
Speaking of blowhard fathers, what is Senior Ball doing these days?
Of course, but stranger things could have happened with a healthy team and 20 games left with a tight window from 6-13.You knew it was likely that LBJ or AD was going down.
Some coincidental and ironic facts on the scoring record.
Lebron James ended the night with 38,388 career points. Did it at age 38. Did it on the 38th day of the year. When Kareem set the record, Lebron was 38 weeks old. He ended up with 38 points that night, and he broke it 38 years and 308 days after Kareem set it.
Gives new meaning to learning something new every day.
Yep....a big lol when his greatness said these last 23 games are the biggest of his career.
small minutes for kareem at the end ...played to 41 y/o
Unless I'm mistaken, I believe he played the entire playoffs with the torn tendon, I don't think it was something that happened in their last game or two, so it was something he'd gotten used to, and if LeBron doesn't take the last shot but passes instead, then he gets ripped for not taking the last shot, that's how it works, he gets blame for passing on the last shot, he gets blame for taking the last shotSo it was revealed today, James has a torn tendon in his foot, surgery, two months rehab.
So it brings up the question, if you have a guy with a bad foot, why set up something for him to win a game?
James, 38, hinted rather cryptically in the hour after the Lakers’ Game 4 loss to the Denver Nuggets that he might consider calling it a career, but that he had a great deal to think about before making a determination about his future. He has two years and $97 million remaining on his contract with the Lakers (the second year is a player option).
LMAO the drama queen is going to retire.