The note said "thank you M.J. 23". "We're witnessing greatness. It's an honor".
James has achieved numerous records during his career; he is the youngest player in National Basketball Association history to reach 10, 20 and 30,000 points - but despite dominating the scoring charts after joining the Lakers, their hiatus from the post-season playoffs looks likely to continue.
"I've done it maybe eight to 10 times this year", Rondo told reporters after the game. They then mounted a comeback and by the end of the third quarter they were trailing by just 8 points. The crowd at Staples Center gave the athlete a standing ovation. While the Lakers aired a tribute video during the ensuing timeout, James covered his face with a towel, apparently crying under it. I can't control what they say.
"When you're an inner-city kid from Akron, Ohio, like myself and my guys growing up, you look for anything that can inspire you", James said. "I watched him from afar, wanted to be like MJ", James said. "I wanted kids to look up to me at some point like MJ and it's just insane, to be honest", he continued.
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"I started 0-4 from the free-throw line".
"These are the Los Angeles Lakers, a culture of championship.and one of your starting players is sitting in the stands rather than on the bench with the team".
Make it 18 straight DNP's for Lonzo Ball as he continues to nurse the bone bruise in his left ankle.
But the most interesting thing happened as the Lakers surged forward to outscore the Nuggets 52-42 over the next two quarters.
"Knowing that moment was a few minutes ahead of him, I think that did something to him, nerve-racking, that he doesn't feel normally at the start of a game".