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April 4, 2022
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LeBron James might have already played his last game this season. The four-time NBA champion has been in and out for the Lakers with knee and ankle issues as of late.

With three regular season games remaining and Los Angeles being eliminated from postseason, the chances are that James will choose to sit out these games.

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A source told Marc Stein on Tuesday that LeBron was likely to continue sitting — no matter what that did to his scoring title chances — if the Lakers were eliminated from play-in consideration.

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Currently James is listed as questionable for the Warriors game. This season he is averaging 30.3 points (2nd in the NBA), 8.2 rebounds and 6.2 assists per game.

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