After a loss in his return from injury, LeBron James sends a strong message.

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After a loss in his return from injury, LeBron James sends a clear message.

LeBron James returned to the court for the first time in over two weeks.

His return, however, was insufficient to help the Lakers break their losing streak.

After the Lakers’ loss to the Celtics on Friday night, James was asked about the team’s slow start to the season and if he’s concerned.

To say the least, his response was revealing.

“It’s never, ‘We’ve got 65 games left,'” James said, according to ESPN. “We damn sure need to play better, regardless of who’s in the lineup.”

We have a system in place, and we need to improve it so that we can play at a high level regardless of who is on the floor.

… There’s no panic, but any time we take the floor, there should be a sense of urgency.”

The Lakers are currently in ninth place in the Western Conference.

For a team with three All-Stars, this isn’t good enough.

In terms of James’ health, it appears that his abdominal injury didn’t play a significant role on Friday night.

“Physically, I felt good enough to know that I could trust my body and play tonight,” James told reporters.

“As a result, I’m more interested in how I’ll feel when I wake up tomorrow.”

If I’m making progress with my injury, that’ll be a telltale sign.”

James had 23 points, six rebounds, and two assists in his game on Friday night.

On Sunday night, the Lakers will face the Pistons in an attempt to end their three-game losing streak.

After a loss in his return from injury, LeBron James sends a strong message.

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LeBron James Sends Clear Message After Loss In Return From Injury

LeBron James Sends Clear Message After Loss In Return From Injury

LeBron James Sends Clear Message After Loss In Return From Injury

LeBron James Sends Clear Message After Loss In Return From Injury

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