LeBron James is getting ready for his return

Walton Provides Update on Le Bron James

Walton Provides Update on Le Bron James

According to a report from the Los Angeles Times' Tania Ganguli, the Lakers are optimistic that their superstar will return to the court in three days when they face off against the Los Angeles Clippers in a key game with playoff implications.

Lakers head coach Luke Walton said James "looked good" and "doesn't look like he's hurting at all when he moves".

"We came in [Sunday] and had a get-what-you-need day, so he got out here on the court, got up and down a little bit, did all our shooting, some 5-on-0, non-contact stuff", Walton said of James, as quoted on Lakers Nation. James even took part in a scrimmage on Monday and put up shots after practice.

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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. It's a bird (pelican?) in the hand situation: Why wait until this summer with the uncertainty about, say, Kawhi Leonard or Kevin Durant coming to the Lakers when they can trade for one of the NBA's most compete seven-footers, one who's set to be a free agent in 2020? 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.

"Seeing them get better and better every single day".

"They're not going to take a shortcut to try get quick fix just to make the playoffs and give up. any of our assets".

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"We'll see how he feels tonight, see how he feels tomorrow morning".

While thankful he did not suffer a broken bone as he originally feared, Ball is disappointed the injury hit during a stretch of some of his best games of the season, along with how a plethora of injuries have impeded the Lakers' progress this season.

But Buss is not concerned and while she admits they do want to get back to challenging for a place in the playoffs and National Basketball Association championships - the Lakers chief commended the front office for not taking any shortcuts by trading their assets for short-term glory.

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