LeBron James will be missing his 14th straight game when the Los Angeles Lakers take on the Golden State Warriors on Monday night at the Staples Center after suffering a going strain against the same opponent on Christmas Day.
Rumors are trickling out that LeBron's people want to see a new coach in Luke Walton's place and LeBron James is spending time on Instagram shouting out his former point guard Kyrie Irving.
But Walton did not rule out the star taking the court.
James hinted on social media that he's nearing a return. James didn't miss one single game last season with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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He said it would be up to the medical staff to decide when James would play, although he won't suit up when the team faces Phoenix on Sunday, which will mark his 16th game on the sidelines.
"Anthony has nothing but respect for the organization that he's now with and will be with until they decide that they want to honor the request that we've made", Paul told the Times.
Windhorst added that while the noise wasn't coming from James directly, that his camp was voicing their unhappiness over Walton "is a fair thing to say". In turn, expecting him to get back in the lineup sooner than later makes sense, but doing so against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday would be beneficial for a few reasons.
Los Angeles is 25-24 and just outside of playoff contention.
The Los Angeles franchise are keen to get back to winning ways and certainly need reinforcements - someone who can complement James and take over the mantle of being the team leader when the small forward is not at his best or out injured like he is now. "This whole thing has been handled oddly and I don't know why but it' not quite what we normally see".