LeBron James: "Something must be done against crazy irregular blocks"
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 2957
LeBron James, out with his Los Anglese Lakers due to lack of access to the playoffs, criticized what happened during Game-2 between Miami and Boston. Celtics beat the Heat to draw the series, but there was something LeBron just didn't like at all.
He wrote on Twitter: "Uneven blocks in our game are insane! We need to highlight that."
James's last two seasons with the lakers
Due to an ankle injury sustained by Solomon Hill, James is forced to miss 27 games, the most in his career in a single season.
The Lakers finished in seventh place in the Western Conference, qualifying for the play-in. James played a high-level season, however, closing with 25 points, 7.7 rebounds and 7.8 assists per game with 51% from the field and again breaking numerous records.
At the start of the season, James becomes the first player in NBA history to score at least 10 points in 1000 consecutive games, also surpassing Derek Fisher in eighth place for most wins and Wilt Chamberlain in third place for most career shots.
James also becomes the third player ever, and the youngest, to reach 35,000 career points. He is then elected, for the fourth year in a row, captain, together with Kevin Durant, of the All Star Game, his seventeenth consecutive participation as a starter in the game of stars.
In the play in, a mini-tournament necessary to access the Playoffs, the Lakers face the Golden State Warriors. At the end of a tight game, closed with 22 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, James becomes the protagonist of the three-man basket that sanctions the yellow-violet victory and allows the Lakers to access the scoreboard as seventh seed.
The Lakers face the Phoenix Suns, holders of the second best record in the Western Conference. After overturning the home factor and taking the lead 2-1 in the series, Anthony Davis remedies an injury in Game 4, which forced him to pits in Game 5 and for three quarters of Game 6.
The Lakers lose the next 3 games , coming out in the first round, the first time in his career for LeBron James. On December 13th, with 30 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the victory against the Orlando Magic, he becomes the oldest player ever to make a triple double with at least 30 points, surpassing, at the age of 36 years and 347 days, the Kobe Bryant's previous record.
On December 25th, thanks to the 39 points scored against the Brooklyn Nets, he becomes the best Christmas Day scorer in NBA history, again surpassing Bryant's previous record. On December 28th, at the age of 36 years and 363 days, he becomes the youngest player ever to reach 36,000 career points.
In the same match he also becomes the first player ever to score at least 30 points in five consecutive games after turning 36 year-old.. On January 9th, in the defeat against Memphis, he overtook Oscar Robertson in seventh place in the ranking of the best assists ever, while on February 13th, 2022, James overtook Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for overall points scored between the regular season and the playoffs with 44,157 points, after the 27-point performance in defeat to the Golden State Warriors.
On March 14th he becomes the first player in history with at least 10,000 points, 10,000 rebounds and 10,000 assists in his career.