LeBron James leads Lakers’ comeback and celebrates: “Sensation of superpower”

LeBron James was the highlight of Wednesday (28) in the NBA. At 39 years old, the star led the biggest turnaround of his 21-season career in the American Basketball League.

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As a result, the Los Angeles Lakers were 21 points behind their rival Clippers at the start of the last quarter and raced to victory with 19 points from King James in the last half alone: ​​116 to 112. LeBron celebrated the historic feat.

“You can’t describe (the feeling). It’s like a feeling of superpower. The game doesn’t end until there are two zeros (on the timer), so you have to keep fighting,” said the star.

With that, LeBron was the scorer of the match with 34 points, 19 of which in the final quarter. The comeback spurt featured five of eight three-point shots converted by King James, who also recorded four assists in the last quarter alone.

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“It was time for him to take off (the hero cape). He definitely did that, put the cape on and got aggressive and got into a good rhythm,” Lakers coach Darvin Ham said.

With Wednesday’s 34 points, LeBron reached 39,960 career points. He is just 40 points away from becoming the first player in history to reach 40,000 points.

Now, with the victory, the Lakers are in ninth place in the Western Conference with 32 wins and 28 losses. The Clippers are in fourth place with 37 wins and 20 losses.

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