Lebron James promises Lakers fans that “the magic won’t last long”. However, Lebron James turned to social media and assured them that the drought would not last long: “Believe me! Promise #LakerNation that the spell won’t last long,” he wrote about Instagram. These hopes were dashed when a groin injury forced James to miss 17 consecutive regular season games, and the Lakers lost 6-11 in this round. Finally, the team withdrew from the playoffs with a 111-106 loss to the Brooklyn Nets, marking the first time since 2005 that James will not compete in the playoffs. Lebron James makes a promise to Lakers fans. Now that the Lakers are in their sixth consecutive year without a playoff, it’s easy for those who call themselves fans to get discouraged. “Clearly, it’s been a tough season for all of us,” James told CBS Sports. 05 marked James’ second season with the Cavs. And not being able to play 48 minutes of sustainable basketball. Suspensions, injuries, that sort of thing. Things happened all year round. “That’s not why we signed up. “I swear.
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