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“The World is in Trouble”: Former Los Angeles Lakers Player Makes a Bold Prediction Around LeBron James



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Former Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors guard Matt Barnes believed the world will witness a much fiercer LeBron James when the NBA restarts after the break.



Talking on The Sedano show with Jorge Sedano, Barnes joked that the world was in “trouble” as James will be coming back after getting good rest.

“I just want to say the world is in trouble because LeBron’s legs have been resting for four months. We’ve never seen a well-rested LeBron. LeBron has always carried his team as far as they’ve gone,” he said. “He’s always had to do all the heavy lifting.

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As the players return to action inside the bubble in Orlando, they will be playing basketball after at least four months. This is significantly more than what the players would get between the regular season and postseason. Players this time will be fresher going into the playoffs.

Barnes said it was very rare to see star players get so much rest. He believed it could bring the best out of them.

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“For him to have this long-off, for Kawhi Leonard who has been nagging injuries, all these big-time players that are carrying their team were never going to have been this fresh in a playoff or championship situation.

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Barnes played 14 seasons in the NBA after having come into the league in 2002. He played for various teams including Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors, and Philadelphia 76ers. He was a part of the Warriors’ title-winning team in 2017.

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LeBron James and Los Angeles Lakers will be aiming for the title
James, having won three titles in his 17-year NBA career, is aiming for his fourth title with the purple and gold. With James and Anthony Davis leading the team, the Lakers have been one of the top teams this season. Prior to the league’s suspension, they were on top of the Western Conference with 49 wins.

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As they restart their campaign on July 30 against Los Angeles Clippers, the Lakers will have their eyes set on the 17th NBA title.