LeBron James reveals the one change he can bring to his game in the absence of Anthony Davis

LeBron James speaks on how he will manage at the defensive end in absence of Anthony Davis

LeBron James and Anthony Davis
LeBron James and Anthony Davis

Los Angeles Lakers have been struggling in the league with a record of 19 wins over 19 losses in a total of 38 games played this season. LeBron James‘ been having a great season though he took a silent start in the beginning. The Lakers had their 38th game against the Minnesota timberwolves on the very Sunday night after the three previous meetings this NBA season.

LeBron James and his team managed to bag a win against the Timberwolves with 108-103 marked on the final board. A lead of 5 points marked their victory at the end of the fourth quarter of the game. The Lakers were on a streak of straight 5 losses before the end of the last year.

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LeBron James and Russell Westbrook
LeBron James and Russell Westbrook

During the match against the Timberwolves James recorded 26 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists while the point guard Russell Westbrook added 20 points, three rebounds and five assists. Following his score, LeBron ended his streak of seven straight 30 point games that he was leading since Christmas day games.

LeBron James speaks on Anthony Davis and what he can do for the Lakers if he’s not present

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LeBron James and Anthony Davis

Though the Lakers are quite satisfied with their games, and the way they are progressing further might seem smooth for now but the fact is not to be forgotten that the stats say it otherwise. In the post-game interview after the match, LeBron was asked that how would he manage the defensive end in absence of Anthony Davis due to COVID-19 regulations complementing his usual play at the offensive end.

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LeBron James and Anthony Davis

Following the same argument, LeBron said, “I believe so. Obviously that is always been like a part of mine objective, i guess are part of who i am as a basketball player to be able to take on matchups, that helps on ball club and you know we were extremely balanced offensively tonight. You know obviously pushing Melo off the bench but league has been amazing since he’s been back from the protocol and been in the starting lineup.”

Further talking of Avery Bradley who was also amazing at the offensive end and how his play-making helped him, LeBron said, “You know Avery was great with his shooting ability also his back cuts, spectacular from offensive end so it gave me an opportunity to you know it was some of the corners i was doing i was still able to focus more on the defensive side and to take the challenge that i was able to do later in the game.”

The Lakers are moving at a good pace right now considering the games after the Christmas Day celebrations. LeBron has been averaging 28.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 6.6 assists per game this season that is among one of the best in the league. Though he single-handedly can’t take the Lakers to the win, but it of the fact that when he’s on the court he’s not going to give up.

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