LeBron James' injury: here is the real situation

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LeBron James' injury: here is the real situation

Here are the real timings relating to the injury to LeBron James, which proved to be more problematic than expected. According to specialized media reports, the Los Angeles Lakers star will have to stay in the pits for at least two weeks.

A bad blow for the Lakers, in their run-up to a place in the Play-Ins, to then play for qualification for the 2023 NBA Playoffs. Over the next few days, LeBron will be re-evaluated again to understand whether to force the return.

LeBron's injury

The injury to his right ankle, remedied during the match against Dallas, would seem more serious than expected, so much so as to question James' presence for the next few weeks.

A blow to the franchise, which is in full swing for a playoff spot. According to ESPN, Lebron James' problem in his right ankle is more serious than expected. An injury remedied during the game against the Mavs where King James drove late in the third quarter, but his ankle gave out under his weight.

James then continued the match, but doing so may have complicated the situation more. In the next few days LeBron will be re-evaluated to understand the extent of the injury and how long he will have to stay in the pits: there is talk of a 4-5 week stop which, if this were the case, would put an end to the player's regular season.

The Lakers hope to recover him as soon as possible, in order to have him available for the playoff race. The yellow-violet's next games will be against Memphis and Oklahoma away, while on Friday they will host Minnesota. LeBron James returned to action after a record night in the win against New Orleans and 21 points scored.

In the post game he stopped to talk about his physical conditions and the new arrivals in the Lakers house. He explained: "Physically I'm fine now, I needed to rest because my ankle was giving me problems and I had to stop for a moment.

I needed a break, I'm not yet in top condition but I'll be better soon. Obviously when you change so many players in a short time time this can have an effect because all of a sudden all the work done in the previous months vanishes."

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