“They were much better when LeBron was not in the game” Skip Bayless calls out LeBron James for not being the man in-charge during Lakers first win

“They were much better when LeBron was not in the game” Skip Bayless calls out LeBron James for not being the man in-charge during Lakers first win

Skip Bayless, LeBron James

LeBron James, who led the Los Angeles Lakers to victory over the Denver Nuggets on Sunday after the worst start in both his and the team’s history, has come under fire from Skip Bayless. Bayless expressed his viewpoint on Twitter, arguing that the Lakers are better without LeBron involved.

LeBron James cannot be the Los Angeles Lakers’ only lifeline, as was quite clear from last season. Although the soon-to-be 38-year-old star may disagree, it is beginning to present itself somewhat in his performance. The Lakers lost their first five games of this season, but they turned things around on Sunday night when they upset the Denver Nuggets. NBA analyst Skip Bayless is still focused on LeBron and the Los Angeles Lakers at the moment like always and spoke on some harsh facts.

After their win vs the Nuggets, Lebron and the Lakers were met with Skip Bayless and his opinions on twitter who suggested something that may not please the Laker fans and King James fans alike. He stated on twitter that: “Russ led the whole game by being a +18. It re-energized the shock troops. It saved the game last night. They were much better when LeBron was not in the game.” With certain plays, the Lakers’ captain provided Bayless a great opportunity to criticize him, which is what happened in this instance.

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LeBron James powers Lakers to their first victory of the season

In a 121-110 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Sunday night, LeBron James scored 26 points, Anthony Davis added 23 points and 15 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers earned their first victory of the year and are now 1-5. For the Lakers, who were the final winless franchise in the NBA and had lost their first five games of the season under first-year head coach Darvin Ham, things now may change for good. In the game, Lonnie Walker IV and substitute Russell Westbrook both scored 18 points while also contributing eight rebounds and eight assists.

Nikola Jokic led Denver with 23 points and 14 rebounds where Michael Porter Jr. finished with 17 points, Aaron Gordon added 18, Jamal Murray scored 21 points, and Bruce Brown added 10 off the bench. Bones Hyland, the young sensation, was sidelined because of an injury sustained during warm-ups. Before Sunday’s defeat, the Nuggets, who are currently 4-3, had won two straight games and four of their previous five. After having trouble making long shots this season, the Lakers made 13 3-pointers, while the Nuggets made 15 3-pointers, but those weren’t enough to slow down the Lakers.

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Skip Bayless is not done with LeBron!

Skip Bayless, one of LeBron James’ greatest adversaries, tweeted that Father Time is finally catching up with the 37-year-old before suggesting that the Lakers are far better off without him. He pointed out James’ weak point in the game vs Nuggets stating on Twitter that: “LeBron has already missed 3 layups vs Denver. I thought he owed his team after his no-show the other night at Denver??? What up, King??? Father Time kicking your tail?” Bayless made a reference to the loss to Denver last week, in which LeBron scored just 19 points while committing eight turnovers.

Without a question, by making fun of King James whenever he gets the chance, Skip has established a profitable living for himself. LA’s choice to bring Westbrook off the bench appears to be paying off, as it allowed them to survive LeBron James’ trying first half. Westbrook’s continued success in his new role will be crucial for the Lakers’ ability to turn things around but even after that, Bayless will somehow find a way to bring LeBron into the limelight.

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