LeBron James missing scheduled chance to visit Ohio, Cavaliers

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The four-time MVP explained how his body was gearing up for the playoffs before the National Basketball Association made a decision to suspend the season due to the deadly virus. "There's no excitement. There's no crying".

"... That's what also brings out the competitive side of the players to know that you're going on the road in a hostile environment and yes, you're playing against that opponent in front of you, but you really want to kick the fans' ass too".

"One thing you can't just do is go straight to the playoffs", said James, per Dave McMenamin of ESPN.

James and representatives from Uninterrupted Digital Ventures and LRMR Ventures did not respond publicly to the trial.

In order to start back up as soon as possible, the National Basketball Association could opt to play some games without fans. "It's actually the opposite for me because my body, when we stopped playing, was asking me, like, 'What the hell are you doing?' My body was like, 'Hey man, what the hell is going on? I play for my teammates, I play for the fans". That's left James disappointed about missing this chance to return home.

Now James is itching to get back on the court and open to creative ways to play as non-essential activities in the United States have ground to a halt.

Instead of skipping into the postseason outright, James and his Road Trippin' crew suggested a new idea: a mini play-in tournament.

LeBron James was supposed to make his lone visit of the season to Cleveland Thursday night, with the Cavaliers hosting the Los Angeles Lakers at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. "Be a Laker for the rest of my life". No more high-fiving. After this corona s--?

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