Lakers coach reveals plans to spare LeBron James during the season

Despite his long career, LeBron James will be managed with more caution throughout the 2023/24 season, as revealed by Los Angeles Lakers coach Darvin Ham. The coach’s strategy is to further preserve the veteran star, who is in his 21st season.

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At 38 years old, the winger has faced more and more injuries, especially since joining the Californian team. The team’s goal is to ensure that its star reaches the playoffs in the best possible condition, avoiding excesses during the long 82-game regular season.

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“We have a plan and a timeline, but we’re going to reevaluate it daily. It’s been great work with everyone involved, including Rob Pelinka, LeBron and the medical team. It’s been a solid collaboration,” Ham revealed.

“And that’s mostly because LeBron is phenomenal. He makes everything easier. No player in the history of the league has had this level of prominence at this age or stage of his career. But he makes everything easier, even when we need to navigate unfamiliar territory.” No one takes as much care as he does to make sure everything works,” he emphasized. 

“In the end, everything we plan together is for him to not only be with us at the end of the journey, but also to ensure he is at his peak. As the Lakers coach, my role is to understand how to help my players achieve their best performance throughout the season, and that’s no different with LeBron James. We’re all very focused on that goal.”

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