LeBron James gives his honest views on adjusting to the NBA bubble. The Lakers star has given a sneak peek into his life in the NBA Bubble.
The NBA’s decision to restart the league was a polarizing one. However, the league has tried it’s best to curb the influence of coronavirus inside the Orlando bubble. The league has put strict rules in place inside the bubble. The league has had to face complaints about the food and the snitching controversy.
With sever protocols set in place, with respect to wearing masks etc, Adam Silver and co. have had to ensure that things inside the bubble run smoothly
The officials bagged an important victory yesterday when it was revealed that none of the 346 players have tested positive since the previous round of testing. Now the poster boy of the league has given his honest assessments on the conditions in the bubble.
Fans have been eager to know how life for the players is inside the Bubble and who better than LeBron James to talk about it.
LeBron on the NBA Bubble
The Lakers superstar was one of the biggest influences in restarting the league. The 3-time superstar seems positive about the current conditions inside the bubble. He claimed that with the current scenario in the entire world, expecting anything usual would be strange.
“Everything has gone the way it’s supposed to since we’ve been here, and it’s given me no indication why it won’t continue. If something happens or a spike happens, which we don’t believe it is, then if something happens we’ll adjust and go forward from there.”
— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) July 20, 2020
LeBron is motivated to play basketball again and the superstar will look to add a 4th title to his bludgeoning resume. The 4-time MVP also mentioned that he is only thinking about creating an impact in the team’s practice sessions.
“I don’t wake up in the morning saying ‘OK this may not work. I don’t approach it that way. I woke up this morning thinking about my family, one, and then thinking about how I was going to impact practice today and help us get better. That’s it.”
What’s next for LeBron and his Lakers?
The Los Angeles Lakers will look on to build on their fantastic season when they restart their season against the LA Clippers. LeBron and co. currently sit atop the western conference standings with a 5.5 game advantage over their nearest challengers, the Clippers.
The kid from Akron is also in the running to win his 5th MVP award this season. LeBron is leading the league in assists this season for the first time in his illustrious career. The league’s poster boy could become the first person in NBA history to win championships with three different teams if his Lakers can lift the Larry O’Brien trophy in August.
However, for now, LeBron will have to focus on the upcoming 3 Scrimmage games for the Lakers.