by Michael Bell
(STX-February 1, 2023) The Lakers missed a spot in the playoffs with LeBron James suffering an injury and D’Angelo Russel making a comeback after six years.
This is going to be an interesting season in the basketball arena.
For the Lakers, it will be intense as they try to rise with a recent loss to the Milwaukee that sent them to the 13th position during the Western Conference.
A couple of players, including LeBron James and Anthony Davis, are out of the court due to injuries.
There is also suspicion making rounds that the two players, LeBron and Davis, are not seeing eye to eye. The pair won the 2020 championship in Los Angeles together.
The Lakers have two great players on the bench due to injuries.
LeBron and Davis are both nursing injuries and they are been looked upon to make a playoff run.
Despite the duo making a great combo in the 2020 championship in Los Angeles, there are conversations going around about the two not being on good terms.
Let us hope this will be resolved in due time.
With around 21 games left, will the Lakers reclaim their victory?
What is in store for the team? Will the reshuffles bring out the best in the players?
The players have diverse skill sets that are needed for a successful season, such as defense, rebounding, and shooting. However, the defense has some weak links and the fall outs cost the team some strong holds.
Orlando is out of their best player, Jonathan Isaac, who underwent a surgery to repair torn muscles on his left adductor.
What will this gap that he has left as he is nursing himself back to recovery have on the team?
In Utah, Salt Lake City is looking forward to hosting the NBA All-Star game after three decades.
This is a time to watch out for what the Utah team will bring this season and how much they will demystify the notion of the state being a peculiar state.