“There hasn’t been any target date for my return”: LeBron James quashes rumors of immediate comeback from injury

With the PF’s own tweeting of the most recent update to the injury information, King LeBron James’ injury status has gained some additional movement. LeBron’s anticipated return to the floor by Lakers supporters is speculated to increase the team’s prospects of entering the playoffs. However, James’ uncertainty over his dashed fans’ hopes.

NBA’s all-time leading scorer has a 157-113 career record with the Lakers. King James has won four MVP awards, two Olympic gold medals, and 19 All-Star selections, was also chosen for the All-NBA Team 18 times.

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The Leakers are now tied for 9/10th place in the Western Conference, therefore they are in desperate need of a power forward like LeBron. To increase their prospects of earning a playoff position, they are in dire need of victories. Although LA needs wins to increase their chances of earning a playoff spot, it is noticeable from his performance in his most recent game how vital he is to the team.

When did LeBron James get injured?

The 38-year-old injured his ankle on February 26 while attempting to overtake Dwight Powell during a game against the Dallas Mavericks. Fortunately, James was on the court for 37 minutes, finishing the night with 26 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists. His post-match movements made it obvious that he was seriously injured. 

The 6.9″ tall’s career seems to be plagued by injury, missing 100 games over the past five seasons and 71 games throughout the first 15 seasons.

What did James tweet that shattered all rumors?

The 19-time All-Star is reportedly following a “gradual basketball movement progression,” the team revealed on Thursday. They gave the supporters reassurance that he had begun to improve his on-court performance. 

The LA star could return to play a few games in the last week of the regular season, according to a number of sources. 

By posting a tweet, the PF debunks this widespread rumor and lets the fans in great disappointment.

“There wasn’t an evaluation today and there hasn’t been any target date for my return. I’m just working around the clock, every day(3X a day) to give myself to best chance of coming back full strength whenever that is. God bless y’all sources. I speak for myself!”

NBA’s all-time leading scorer has a career record of 157-113 with the Lakers and averages 29.5 points per game for the Lakers. Hence, it goes without saying that the team and Lakers supporters are speculating about the king’s comeback with a lot of vigor.

Till then, everyone should have to wait patiently and follow news updates. So, be sure to check back for updates with us!


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