Basketball – Los Angeles Lakers: LeBron James Not Ready For A Comeback Yet
LeBron James remains sidelined and would not go with the Los Angeles Lakers on their two-match outing to confront the Minnesota Timberwolves and Dallas Mavericks.
On Christmas Day against the Golden State Warriors, James endured a strained left groin and has been out since then.
The 34-year-old grabbed the damage halfway through the second from last quarter of the Lakers’ over the Warriors, and experienced a MRI filter the next day.
He has missed the last four Lakers coordinates subsequently, and will be missing for Friday’s conflict with the New York Knicks and in addition their up and coming ceaselessly trips.
Regardless of whether he is esteemed solid in a week and can play on January 11 against the Utah Jazz, he will have missed eight matches.
The Lakers at that point confront James’ previous group, the Cleveland Cavaliers, at home on January 13.
It was in June that LeBron James signed for Los Angeles Lakers in a four-year deal, worth $153.3 million. He is averaging 7.1 assists, 27.3 points, 34.6 minutes & 8.3 rebounds per match this season.
Lakers say LeBron James will not travel on their upcoming two-game road trip through Minnesota and Dallas. He has also been ruled out of next Wednesday’s game against DET. He will be re-evaluated a week from today, meaning a return to action 1/11 @ UTA is possible
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) January 4, 2019
LeBron James (strained groin) will be re-evaluated in one week and will not travel on the upcoming road trip.
— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) January 4, 2019
LeBron James (strained groin) will continue to be out for at least one week (games vs NYK/at MIN/at DAL/vs DET) and be re-evaluated in one week (there’s a game at UTA on Friday, Jan. 11). He’s receiving daily treatment and “continues to progress with his recovery,” per LAL PR.
— Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) January 4, 2019
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