LeBron James, on bad timing for Lakers: ‘There is no panic, but we are in emergency mode’


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LeBron James, on bad timing for Lakers: 'There is no panic, but we are in emergency mode'

BOSTON – LeBron James ‘return from a prolonged absence could not improve his team’s poor moment in the Lakers’ 130-108 loss to the Boston Celtics.

The setback left Los Angeles, a bettor favorite to win the championship, going 8-9 with more than a fifth of the season on the books.

“We have 65 games left,” James said when asked if he could take a long-term view considering injuries and how much of the regular season is left. “We are very confident that we need to play better, no matter who is in the lineup. We have our system and obviously we need to speed it up and improve with it so that we can play, no matter who is on the court, we can play at a high level. .. There is no level of panic, but there should be some sense of urgency, “he said.

James played for the first time in two and a half weeks due to an abdominal strain and showed signs of his old self, recording 23 points on 10 of 16 shots, six rebounds, two assists and two steals, but only three of his shot attempts came. in the paint.

“Physically I felt good and stable enough to know that I can trust my body and go out and play tonight,” James said. “So I am more looking forward to seeing how I feel when I wake up tomorrow. That is the tell-tale sign of whether I am moving in the right direction with my injury.”


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