LeBron James (38, LA Lakers) revealed his candid feelings about the trade frustration with Kyrie Irving (30, Dallas Mavericks).
On the 6th (hereinafter Korean time), Lebron posted the words “May It’s Me” (Maybe it’s me) about the Irving trade through his social network service (SNS).
Lebron’s words caused many interpretations from local fans. They made various claims, such as “LeBron is disappointed that he didn’t get Irving” and “LeBron will ask for the next trade.” At the same time, photos of LeBron mourning and composite photos of LeBron wearing various uniforms also exploded in rapid succession.
However, this ended when Lebron revealed his feelings in a sitting interview with ESPN on the morning of the 7th.
“Of course I’m disappointed,” LeBron said of Irving’s move to Dallas. “I’m not going to sit here and pretend I’m not disappointed.” “Irving is talented and I know he’s a player who can work well with me on the court,” he added. 메이저놀이터
LeBron said the disappointment didn’t last long. “But now my focus has changed. That’s where you should focus your attention. It’s our locker room,” he explained, focusing on the Lakers.
And when asked, “You changed your attitude quickly,” LeBron replied, “It doesn’t take long for me. “If it doesn’t happen, then I have to immediately focus on what I am going to do right now. I think we have a chance. We have to go strong and finish this season well. We will try to make it to the postseason. As long as we are healthy, I think we can compete with anyone.”
“I’m jumping higher than I was when I was 23,” LeBron said when asked that he was still playing at a high level even at the age of 38. “I love the way I play the game. I think I am much sharper now after 20 seasons than when I played 10 or 15 seasons,” expressing confidence in his current physical condition.
Meanwhile, LeBron is a 20-season veteran of the NBA and is on the verge of breaking Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s NBA career scoring record.