LeBron James, along with several other players were stymied by Buck’s decision to not show up to Wednesday’s game 5 against the Orlando Magic, per Yahoo’s Chris Haynes.
It’s beginning to seem like Lebron James is infatuated with the idea of altering his stance on the postponement of the NBA playoffs every 24 hours.
48 hours ago, James posted to his Instagram story and twitter, that he was complete favour of boycotting the Playoffs. 24 hours ago, he had a change of heart and agreed upon the resumption of the NBA Playoffs
LeBron James not happy with Milwaukee Bucks
Now however, Yahoo’s Chris Haynes is reporting that the King, along with other players from the 13 teams currently present within the bubble, were taken aback by the Milwaukee Buck’s abrupt decision to postpone Game 5.
LeBron James was not happy with the way Bucks led the boycott, as he wanted a more systematic way in which it could have been carried out.
Udonis Haslem shares his thoughts on the boycotting of Playoff Games
The Miami Heat’s Udonis Haslem, who has been very vocal throughout these past 48 hours, adviced the more established NBA players to rethink their views on abandoning the bubble.
He said this because he feared the NBA newcomers would struggle financially if they were were to leave Orlando, as they are all on rookie deals.
What would LeBron and the players have preferred happen?
It is reported that the Los Angeles Lakers All Star had a problem with Buck’s guard George Hill who is the one who addressed the media Wednesday night about the Buck’s decision to postpone and possibly, boycott Game 5.
LeBron James would have preferred if there was a more, well thought out plan of action carried forward regarding the postponements of games.