Why LeBron James could leave Los Angeles Lakers?



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Why LeBron James could leave Los Angeles Lakers?

Lebron James could leave Los Angeles Lakers. After the 21st defeat of the season in Miami, James has opened the possibility of a shirt change. He said: "From a team point of view, I don't want to finish my career playing at this level: I still want to fight for a title, because I know what I'm still able to bring to any franchise that has the right pieces to aim for.

top. I'm a winner, always have been, and I want to win. I want to have a chance to win and compete again for the title, because winning has always been my passion and my goal, ever since I joined this league as an 18-year-old.

I know you get to the top step by step by step, but once you get there just playing basketball for the sake of playing basketball isn't enough. It's not in my DNA." LeBron James, on his 38th birthday, led the Los Angeles Lakers to victory against the Atlanta Hawks, with a game of 47 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists, touching a legendary triple double.

Before the Atlanta game, LeBron averaged 27.8ppg, ninth in the NBA. Against the Hawks it exploded into a special day for him to become only the 4th player of that age to score at least 45 points. Like Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Jamal Crawford.

In the press conference after the match, he himself admitted that he still feels good physically and psychologically, saying without too many filters: "I feel like I was 18. I make sure my mind and my body are in shape. Until I'm keeping mentally, my body will go.

I knew I had to take care of both of us for this game, to win in Atlanta. It's always been good to play here."

Wade's words

Dwyane Wade, former NBA star and now TV presenter of The Cube, returned to talk about teammate LeBron James in an interview for Sports Illustrated.

Wade said: "I can't say I'm surprised if I talk about LeBron. Sometimes I think we live in the LeBron James era and we haven't had a chance to look back yet. When we do, we'll realize that what he did he will be even bigger than he seems now, both on and off the pitch.

When I say these things I am not speaking for him, but I speak as someone who has spent a lot of time next to him. He is not a selfish person while playing, but if there's a record he wants to break more than the all-time assists record, it's precisely that of points.

And it's because many tell him he can't do it. Just in what doesn't come naturally to him, he has the opportunity to do something we will see again maybe 40 years from now. It's incredible. If I can't be there with him when he breaks the record, at least I want to be in front of the TV, I'll definitely be one of the first messages that sees the game over."