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Is LeBron James out for season?

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Asked by: Maryland Singer

LeBron James’ season has come to an end, the Lakers announced Friday. The superstar will miss Los Angeles’ final two games of the 2021-22 season with a left sprained left ankle. The Lakers made the announcement Friday before they hosted the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Is LeBron playing out for the season?

“LeBron James’ left ankle was recently reevaluated by Lakers medical staff, and it was determined that due to the ankle sprain James suffered in a game on March 27, he will miss the remainder of the 2021-22 NBA season to allow for continued healing and an expected full recovery,” the team tweeted.

Is LeBron James out for the season and why?

With no chance to reach the NBA Playoffs or NBA Play-In Tournament, the Lakers have decided to end LeBron James’ season early. Los Angeles announced Friday that James will miss the final two games of the 2021-22 regular season because of an ankle injury.

Is LeBron James sitting out the rest of the season?

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James will miss the rest of the season due to his ongoing ankle sprain, the team said Friday, ending his bid to capture the league’s scoring title.

Is LeBron leaving the Lakers?

Lakers: NBA Insider Doubts that LeBron James Will Sign Extension with LA – All Lakers | News, Rumors, Videos, Schedule, Roster, Salaries And More.

Will LeBron play the last 2 games?

Lakers star LeBron James will miss the team’s final two games of the season because of his ailing left ankle. The All-Star forward was injured March 27 during a loss to the New Orleans Pelicans.

Is LeBron playing the 2022 season?

Lakers superstar LeBron James will miss the final two games of the regular season as he continues to rehab a nagging left ankle injury, the team announced Friday.

Did LeBron retire?

Twenty-five years later and nearly 20 years into his career, James, speaking with The Athletic, hinted retirement might not be that far away. James, forward for the Los Angeles Lakers, will become a free agent after next season.