LeBron Ready To Recruit Another Star, Wants To Win With Lakers

Aubrey Yates
April 14, 2019

His inaugural season with the Los Angeles Lakers didn't go according to plan, but LeBron James is still gunning for an National Basketball Association championship, and he's curious to find out who wants to join him. "I'm sure it's a different experience for him, for better or worse..."

LeBron James wants to win with the Lakers next season.

"It's absolutely fair that our fans feel the way they feel, because when you are a Los Angeles Laker, and you have done the things that you've done over the course of time of being part of this organization, all the way from Minneapolis, all the way to Los Angeles, that's how it should be", James said.

The 34-year-old has won three National Basketball Association titles with two teams - the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013 and the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016 - and he is keen to add to his collection by lifting the trophy in the purple and gold of the Lakers.

James won't be competing in the league's "second season", thanks to roster construction that didn't seem to lead to any sort of consistency for his Los Angeles Lakers (who are now just 35-43), combined with a reported nagging groin injury for James that will be the reason he'll have appeared in a career-low 55 games (according to Basketball Reference). "Obviously, the franchise is going to live forever".

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"I'm positive and very optimistic that Magic (Johnson) and Rob (Pelinka) and the franchise will be great", James said. "That's why I'm here, because I want to be one that can add to this room in here and hopefully add to the banners of the individuals that helped bring greatness to this city".

The Lakers shut down James last weekend to help him fully recover from the injury.

"So, I'll be as active as I need to be for us to get better and go from there", James told Bleacher Report.

Stephen Curry, whose Warriors have faced off against LeBron in the Finals the past four seasons, it does seem a little odd.

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