LeBron blames NBA schedule for player’s injuries “They all didn’t wanna listen to me about the start of the season”


In a new series of tweets, NBA star LeBron James blamed the NBA schedule for injuries.

The Lakers were eliminated in the first round by the Phoenix Suns in 6 games.

LeBron wrote:

They all didn’t wanna listen to me about the start of the season. I knew exactly what would happen. I only wanted to protect the well being of the players which ultimately is the PRODUCT & BENEFIT of OUR GAME! These injuries isn’t just “PART OF THE GAME”. It’s the lack of PURE

RIM REST rest before starting back up. 8, possibly 9 ALL-STARS has missed Playoff games(most in league history). This is the best time of the year for our league and fans but missing a ton of our fav players. It’s insane. If there’s one person that know about the body and how it

works all year round it’s ME! I speak for the health of all our players and I hate to see this many injuries this time of the year. Sorry fans wish you guys were seeing all your fav guys right now

LeBron blames NBA schedule for player's injuries "They all didn’t wanna listen to me about the start of the season"

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