LeBron James before his 38th
birthday amid the Lakers' problems: "I don't want to end my career playing at this level"
The big name Lakers reflected on his
profession of him on Wednesday night following a frustrating loss
to the Miami Heat just days shy of his 38th birthday.
The Lakers, while lacking Anthony Davis
have now lost five of their last six and are
14-21 this season. As far as they're concerned, even making the playoffs will be a war.
Although he doesn't know how long he'll keep
betting, he's starting to see the end result.
And as you progress,
you don't need to keep falling.
"I know as long as my mind stays focused,
I can play at this level for a minute," James said,
OC member Kyle Goon. “That depends on
my thoughts… I am a winner, and I want to win and risk winning
and continue to
compete for championships. That's always been my ardor, that's always been my intent ever since
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