Los Angeles Lakers star Lebron James makes his name shine bright no matter which team his plays for. He is gearing up for his return following his injury last month.
Lebron has been out of action on the court since injuring his groin on Christmas Day against the Golden State Warriors, but there is a bit of good news out of Los Angeles.
King James is moving ever closer to a return to the court for the first time since the injury despite the drama surrounding the Lakers in the form of injuries, trade rumors, and a potential coaching change. Lebron James took to social media to show some skin with a few shirtless photos and showing that he is improving his game and getting ready for his return to the game. Read on…
CelebNSports247.com has the latest from Los Angeles Lakers star Lebron James shirtless photos of him getting hot and sweaty practicing and striving for greatness since his groin injury.
The King captioned a series of shirtless photos writing:
Almost that time again! I’ve missed you so damn much! ?? ??#BeenACagedAngryLion. #striveforgreatness? #jamesgang? photo cred @graydientvisuals
While RUMORS continue to swirl speculating a trade is in the midst because of the Anthony Davis trade request, LeBron James continued to inch his way back to the court.
The 34-year-old baller has been participating in full-court contact drills in practice for the first time since he suffered a groin injury.
A source familiar with James’ rehab told ESPN’s Dave McMenamin that the Lakers are “hoping” James could return to game action for Thursday game against the Clippers at Staples Center.
The source revealed that it “depends on these next couple of days.”
While Luke Walton did not officially rule James out for Tuesday’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers, James will continue to prepare for action, according to Lakers head coach.
Walton said Monday after practice:
We’ll see how he feels tonight, we’ll see how he feels tomorrow morning, and we’ll just keep taking it day by day and see how he’s doing. We did three-minute scrimmages, so, again, we’ll see how his body responds to that, and then from there, we’ll take it, as far as making those scrimmages longer or if he says, ‘Hey, I feel great. See if I can play.’ Then we’ll make those adjustments.
The Lakers Small forward, Power forward hinted on Instagram with him getting hot and sweaty practicing and gearing up for a return:
I’m prepping for tomorrow as if I have the same group I had last game, and obviously, when he’s ready to go, then we’ll get him back in there.