Rob Parker: “LeBron is exposing himself as desperate. He’s not sure what's’ going to happen next year, and when you lose it, it just happens and you’re not as good, not as quick, and your shots aren’t falling. Father Time catches up to you so I get why he’s panicking. He knows this is probably his only chance to win a championship. The chances of him winning past this year aren’t good. This is LeBron hoping, wishing, and praying they resume the season, so he can have a chance to win again. Desperately, he knows that his legacy without a championship in Los Angeles will take a hit if he gets shut out in four years.” (Full Audio Above)
Listen to Rob Parker discuss a recent Twitter post LeBron James made alluding to the dwindling NBA season, as LBJ shot down ‘rumors’ of league executives and NBA agents alike pushing for the season to be cancelled. LeBron was stern in rejecting the reports, and concluded his tweet saying ‘Nobody should be cancelling anything.’
Rob said LeBron is panicking and getting desperate knowing that his legacy will take a hit if he doesn’t win a championship in Los Angeles, and says his emotional tweet exposed his nervousness about this potentially being the last time the 35-year-old could win a title.
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