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NBA: James and the Lakers “unanswered”?

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After another loss last night, LeBron James, star of the Los Angeles Lakers, gave an update on the situation of his franchise, which will have to show something else to do something this season in the playoffs.

The Los Angeles Lakers season is still just as complicated. Last night, in their halls, Frank Vogel’s players were again heavily beaten by the New Orleans Pelicans (95-123) and continue to cause concern. Still deprived of Anthony Davis, LeBron James’ team remains on five losses in the last six games and is currently in 9th place in the Western Conference.

A situation far from the expectations placed on them at the start of the year. In front of the press, the number 6 of the Lakers was lucid about his performance and the season of his franchise. ” It is up to us to find the solution. You don’t know what may happen in the next few weeks. But tonight, from the 6th minute of the second quarter and throughout the third, we got no response… I played badly tonight “, in particular entrusted the native of Akron (Ohio).

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“This season is different from what I have already experienced”

I lost balls horribly. I lose seven and there are about four awful ones. The other three were just bad connections, but I could have been much better, that’s for sure. Everything will start with a victory to bounce back. We will have to learn from this victory, learn from what has been done well or badly. Finding success always starts with integrating changes into the game. The last two defeats, we were there and we couldn’t finish the game and tonight (Sunday) we faced a team that has been playing well lately . Clearly, this season is different from what I have already experienced, acknowledged James. For now, there are twenty games left and it’s about how we can improve. We will have to be better on Tuesday, Dallas is playing very well too. We start a difficult period with the Mavericks, the Clippers on Thursday, then the Warriors on Saturday. We have ten home games and ten away. It won’t be easy. »

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