LeBron James’ status for Friday’s game has been updated by the Lakers.

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For Friday’s game, the Lakers have updated LeBron’s status.

The Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James has only played six games this season due to an abdominal injury.

However, ahead of the Lakers’ next game, there was a new update on his condition.

The Lakers issued a new status report for Friday’s game against the Boston Celtics on Thursday.

While LeBron James isn’t completely removed from the list, he has been upgraded to “questionable.”

LeBron started the first three games of the season before missing the Spurs and Thunder.

In late October, he returned to the Lakers and helped them win three straight games against the Cavaliers and Rockets.

However, LeBron has been out of the lineup since early November, and the Lakers have struggled without him.

They’re 3-5 in their last eight games and sit eighth in the Western Conference standings with an 8-8 record.

LeBron James was averaging 24.8 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 7.0 assists per game before his injury.

But he was doing so with the most average minutes he’d played since joining the Lakers in 2018.

Last season, LeBron James was sidelined for nearly half of the season due to a variety of injuries, his longest layoff in his career.

LeBron James is still playing at a high level at the age of 36, almost 37 years old.

However, his injuries are starting to pile up, and one has to wonder how much longer he can keep going.

At 7:30 p.m., the Lakers will face the Celtics.

ESPN will broadcast the game at 8:00 p.m. EST.

For Friday’s game, the Lakers have updated LeBron James’ status.

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Lakers Update LeBron’s Status For Friday Night’s Game

Lakers Update LeBron’s Status For Friday Night’s Game

Lakers Update LeBron’s Status For Friday Night’s Game

Lakers Update LeBron’s Status For Friday Night’s Game

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