United States Lakers star LeBron James Send Strong Message To Heat following loss

Lakers star LeBron James ignoring media after humiliating Heat loss triggers impassioned fan reactions .
Things are not looking good in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles Lakers’ 2024 has began the same way 2023 finished – with another dismal loss. And LeBron James has seemingly had enough. After the Lakers’ 110-96 loss to the Jimmy Butler-less Miami Heat, James reportedly went promptly and ignored reporters, according to Dave McMenamin of ESPN. This is presumably the message LeBron James is delivering to the Lakers front management that he wants change — whether via trade or a new coach — and he wants it fast. His passive-aggressive approach on Wednesday night provoked some heated fan reactions on social media.


Some are suggesting that a Lakers trade would be coming soon, while others say head coach Darvin Ham should be sacked at some point this season.

He’s sick and tired of losing we need to change our coach and squad.

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Some, however, believe James was part of the problem versus the Heat. He scored a season-low 12 points on 6-of-18 shooting, but had six rebounds and eight assists.

I feel like he should have done this during the last several games where he was fantastic and everyone stunk around him, but Bron was part of the problem in this one…

Meanwhile, his co-stars Anthony Davis and Austin Reaves also played well. Davis ended with 29 points, 17 rebounds, six assists, three steals, and five blocks, while totally outdueling Heat big Bam Adebayo. Meanwhile, Reaves returned to the starting five and produced 24 points, five rebounds, and eight assists.

Los Angeles has now lost three in a row and has gone 3-9 since winning the In-Season Tournament. The Lakers presently hold the 10th spot in the Western Conference with a 17-18 record.

The Lakers are expected to be key players in the trade market as the February trade deadline looms around the corner. Several talents including as Bulls guards Zach LaVine and DeMar DeRozan and Hawks guard Dejounte Murray are some potential trade targets for the Lakers before the deadline.

Whatever the case may be, it’s evident that this squad needs some sort of shakeup because what they have going right now is not the formula for bringing banner No. 18 to Los Angeles.


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