LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers superstar, out for three weeks with foot injury

The Los Angeles Lakers have announced that their star forward LeBron James will be out for at least three weeks with a right foot injury. In an official announcement on his verified social media handle, his team announced that the 38-year-old was evaluated by the doctors, who diagnosed a tendon injury in his right leg.

His tweet also added that his injury would be re-evaluated after a three-week period, with him playing no role in the Lakers’ upcoming games.

“LeBron James has been evaluated by Lakers team physicians and medical staff, and it has been determined that he has suffered a right hamstring injury. James will be reevaluated in approximately three weeks,” the Los Angeles Lakers tweeted. Did.

It is pertinent to note that the Lakers were without the services of the NBA’s all-time leading scorer in their match against Memphis, which they lost 121–109. It was reported at the time that James was suffering from pain in his right leg. In addition to James, the Lakers also missed D’Angelo Russell on the court, who missed the second game in a row due to a sprained right foot.

James had earlier played in the Lakers’ 111–108 win in Dallas, where he helped his side come out of the deficit and eventually come out on top. However, he was writhing in pain and limping away from the premises, a video of which is also going viral on social media. He suffered the injury in the third quarter of the game and was on the floor in pain but decided to finish the game.

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