LeBron James had an “Up and down” game for the Los Angeles Lakers!
What really matters: LeBron James did not get hurt in this game! We could stop, but there is a responsibility for analysis with Lake Show Life Lessons.
The Los Angeles Lakers had to depend on LeBron James in the first half before Anthony Davis came through with a little bit of help. When the Lakers were down 30-13, LeBron went to work to keep the team within shouting distance.
Bron’s three shots from the land of the extra point sliced a 21 point deficit nearly in half by the break. The superstars’ accuracy from snipe world accounted for nine of the team’s sixteen 3 point shots.
But that doesn’t mean that LeBron played all that great. James finished with a solid 20 points (6-11 shooting, 3-4 from behind the arc!), 8 rebounds, 4 assists and a steal.
Now let’s talk about the real story.
LeBron James could have had the same night AD had if he didn’t blow four layups at the rim and miss five free throws. What was worse? He had 8 turnovers. Most of the night was spent watching him complain about non-calls to the referees. While that was going on, the Suns were running the other way.
His frustrations carried over to the defensive end where he was seen barking about defensive rotations. Granted it was warranted, but it’s not like his defense was NBA first team either.
Lake Show Life is going to go out on a limb and say that LeBron James and Anthony Davis will start. Our editor, Jason Reed is sweating but he can relax. The writer will go out on this limb. The last lesson is about a few other players that will be speculated until Tuesday.