Basketball great, LeBron James is still recovering from his long term ankle injury woes which made him missed 20 games of the season. However, the star may not be his old best any more according to revelations by the African-American as reported by Marca Sports.
Lebron managed 32 minutes and 16 points in his team's latest game against the Sacramento Kings. Lakers lost the game 110-106.
Confessing his situation, the multiple NBA MVP said he does not think he could ever be 100 percent in his career any more.
Speaking after the game, James revealed that getting back to play has been urgent for him ever since he got injured.
He spoke further that the length of minutes and hours he has been spending on rehab and treatment were far higher than the duration of his sleep. And that he has been engrossed with for the last six weeks.
I am aware I was not going to recover 100 percent again. It is impossible again in my career, Lebron laments.
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