La terrible dynamics of the Lakers is killing even the winning spirit of LeBron James, which in recent games is giving a bad image. However, the Lakers player is still the same competitive animal that at the beginning of the season was going to fight to win his fifth championship ring. And it only takes a spark to activate that spirit of overcoming.
How does LeBron James motivate himself before each game?
The forward has gone through his own ‘barber shop’ and has sat on the divn that is his program ‘The Shop: Uninterrupted’ and has confessed best kept secret during his 19 years career at the highest level in the NBA.
The Akron forward has revealed what his particular “And then I took it personally” is like and what he does before each game: “I go out on the court during warm-ups and I just look for someone who hates LeBron,” said LeBron . “I only need one of them. It’s like ‘please find me that guy who hates LeBron. I need it’. Among the crowd, for 20 minutes in the warm-up and just before the games start, I search. There he is, I found that son of a bitch. Yes. I’m ready for tonight.”
LeBron’s anger: Causes
In the same program, LeBron James confessed one of the things that bothers him the most regarding the legacy he will leave the day he hangs up his boots as an NBA player. And it is that the forward of the Lakers is in the race to be the best player of all time and is considered one of the most complete that has ever set foot on a basketball court. However, his fame as a scorer does not seem to accompany him despite be about to pass Abdul-Jabbar as the all-time leading scorer.
When they talk about the best scorers in history and that bothers me
“When they talk about the best scorers in history and that bothers me,” LeBron said during the show. “The craziest thing is that I am not a scorer as such. I like to involve my colleagues. I have always been like that. But they never put my name up as a high scorer And that pisses me off.”
The retreat: when will LeBron say goodbye?
At 37 years old, the forward has begun to talk about the end of his career in statements after his birthday and that have turned on the alarm light among Lakers and NBA fans. However, the forward has declared that the end is not as close as others point out.
“It’s up to me. I love to compete. I love to win and play this sport. I know at some point I won’t be able to play anymore. At least at this level. So, why not try to squeeze as much juice out of this orange as possible while you can? why not? And it’s still good. If it was out there and it was any other way, it would stop. Every season for me is like a movie and I am the star. I feel like Batman, Black Panther and all of them together.”