LeBron’s failed reunion with Irving “It’s over now”

Los Angeles Lakers star player LeBron James, whose reunion was canceled when Kyrie Irving was traded to the Dallas Mavericks, swallowed regret.

In an interview with ‘ESPN’ reported on the 7th (Korean time), LeBron said, “I can’t say I’m disappointed here and now,” and expressed his thoughts on the failure of the reunion with Irving.

Irving recently requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets and was traded to Dallas. The Los Angeles Lakers also showed interest in the trade and were reported to have offered multiple draft picks with Russell Westbrook, but were not selected.

Lebron said, “He is a talented player, he has good chemistry with me, and he is a player who can help us win the championship.”
Still, “Now I will focus on where I should be. It is now our team and the players in the locker room,” he said, drawing a line saying that it is time to forget regrets and focus on the season.

“As our team’s name started being mentioned, we knew we had a chance, but it didn’t happen. Now we have to focus on reaping the beauty of the rest of the season. We need to focus on getting to the playoffs. As long as our team is healthy, we can compete with anyone,” he said about his determination for the rest of the season.

Regarding the fact that he left a message on his Twitter, “Maybe it’s Me” after Irving’s Dallas trip was reported, he said, “It was about responsibility. I always challenge myself and take responsibility for myself. I think my biggest enemy is the person I see in the mirror. 바카라 That’s why I always take responsibility for myself. How can I get better? “Is there anything more I can do?” he explained.

The Lakers are currently in 13th place in the Western Conference with a record of 25-29, but it is too early to give up the season just 6 games away from 6th place.

He expressed confidence that he would be able to return to the normal track for the rest of the season, saying, “I have the mindset of ‘If we can show our best today, the next challenge will be easier’.”

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