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Underperforming Laker Doesn’t Even Understand How LeBron James Improves In Big Moments.

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The King still amazes his teammates in year 21!
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Los Angeles Lakers All-Star power forward LeBron James put on another show in the team’s Semifinals matchup of the NBA In-Season Tournament, pulverizing the New Orleans Pelicans 133-89. They will now be heading to the title game to take on the Indiana Pacers, which should be its own challenge.

James put up 30 points, five rebounds and eight assists in just a hair over 22 minutes, showing the extent of what he is able to do. He helped the team all over the place, much to the amazement of his teammates.


Point guard D’Angelo Russell continues to be shocked by the performance of James each night out. He mentioned that in bigger games, James seems to take his game to another level.

“It’s impressive to watch him turn it to another gear. He can shoot it better, he’s faster, he’s not getting tired. I don’t even understand.”

Per D’Angelo Russell via Spectrum SportsNet

It turns out that Russell is just like everyone else. The way James continues to perform at such a high level is incredible and shows exactly how special of a player he really is.

He is doing things on the basketball court that nobody ever thought would be possible for someone at his age. In year 21, James remains one of the best players in the league, which is insane to even think about.

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James still has the ability to dominate games like no other, much to the happiness of the Lakers. He is averaging 25 points, 7.5 rebounds and 6.6 assists per game this season.

He has said that he wants to give Father Time his first loss, and while that may be a stretch, James is giving him a run for his money. If anything he is extending his time and it’s been a pleasure to watch play out.

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