LeBron James blasts NBA, blames climb in injuries on league’s short offseason

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James wasn’t too thrilled when the NBA decided to start the 2020-21 season in late December following the conclusion of the bubble in Orlando during the coronavirus pandemic.

On Wednesday, James sent out a series of tweets voicing his frustrations with the league after Los Angeles Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard suffered a knee injury during Game 4 of the team’s Western Conference semifinals matchup against the Utah Jazz.”They all didn’t wanna listen to me about the start of the season. I knew exactly what would happen. I only wanted to protect the well being of the players which ultimately is the PRODUCT & BENEFIT of OUR GAME! These injuries isn’t just ‘PART OF THE GAME’,” James wrote.

James continued: “RIM REST rest before starting back up. 8, possibly 9 ALL-STARS has missed Playoff games(most in league history). This is the best time of the year for our league and fans but missing a ton of our fav players. It’s insane.

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