LeBron James deletes Tweet: Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James deletes Tweet which promised his NBA return
The tweet, which gained popularity due to Twitter quotes after the Lakers’ loss on the 25th, was later interestingly deleted. This didn’t just come as a coincidence, but as a statement from James himself, who tried to take precautions instead of being on the receiving end of all the hate.
James said he cannot and will not miss the postseason again for his career. He said it hurt him, suggesting that he will surely never lose in the playoffs again and will support his team all the way to the finals.
However, the tweet no longer appears in its feed. Maybe because the Lakers sit at 13-20 and are in 13th place in the Western Conference. Although they had a win against the Orlando Magic on Tuesday, but that was before tonight’s game against the Miami Heat.
Without their man Anthony Davis, who is out indefinitely after suffering a stress injury to his leg earlier this month, it looks like they are a long way from a win this season.
They also missed out on the playoffs last season when they lost to the Phoenix Suns in the first round itself. They also missed the playoffs during James’ first season with LA in 2005.
James has only missed four times in his NBA career. The first two seasons of 2003-04 and 2004-05 and then the two seasons he missed with the Lakers.
Frequently asked questions:
- Who does LeBron James play for?
LeBron James plays for the Los Angeles Lakers.
- When was his tweet originally posted?
The tweet was originally posted on Twitter in April of this year.
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