LeBron James Scheduled To Return Tonight Against Clippers

LeBron James Scheduled To Return Tonight Against Clippers

LeBron James Scheduled To Return Tonight Against Clippers

And he'd better get himself back in the swing of things as quickly as he can- the two-time defending champion Warriors are coming to Staples Center this weekend.

"I haven't felt like this in a long time", he said.

"I worked my ass off to get back to this point", LeBron continued.

James - who finished with 24 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists - had a driving layup blocked in the dying seconds of the game, his first since December following a groin injury. He's averaging 50.6 FanDuel points through 35 games this season.

James breathed new life into the floundering Los Angeles Lakers with a 123-120 overtime victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday, January 31 (Friday, February 1, Manila time).

Lakers coach Luke Walton said James won't be on a minutes restriction, but he'll be closely watched. I'm looking forward to seeing how I feel tomorrow.

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James will be joined in the starting lineup by Kyle Kuzma - who sat the last two games with a left hip strain - as well as Rajon Rondo, Brandon Ingram and Ivica Zubac. Everybody was huge. It is going to be different guys every night for our team.

Lou Williams scored a team-high 24 points and Patrick Beverley added 17 for the Clippers, who shot just 53% from the free throw line.

The Lakers are still in the playoff hunt, LeBron James says, despite a miserable run during his absence with a strained groin.

The three-time National Basketball Association champion had last played against the Golden State Warriors on Christmas Day, when he suffered a groin injury that kept him out for the next 17 games.

"You can't control your destiny in this league, but you can control your work ethic and how great you want to be".

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