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Kyle Kuzma Reacts To LeBron James' Blocks Against Orlando Magic: "LBJ Swat Party"

Kyle Kuzma Reacts To LeBron James' Blocks Against Orlando Magic: "LBJ Swat Party"

LeBron James and chasedown blocks are a match made in heaven. Throughout his career, James has swatted away many shots while chasing down players. But with Bron growing old, he has toned out his intensity a bit on the defensive end of the floor.

Although that is usually the chase, James brought his A-game to the table on both ends of the floor against the Orlando Magic. LeBron finished the fixture with a triple-double, where he recorded 30 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists. On top of that, the King had 3 blocks to his name as well.

It was a truly amazing game and James' phenomenal performance helped the Lakers comfortably defeat the Magic. Following this excellent performance from LBJ, it was quite obvious that fans and players will react to it. Among those was former Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma.

Kuzma went on to Twitter to show his appreciation for LeBron's game against the Magic. He tweeted:

"LBJ swat party"

It was indeed a swat party and James seemed to be playing with a chip on his shoulder since his return. Over the last eight games, James has crossed the 30 point mark six times and is looking in breathtaking form.

While it is good to see him in his groove, the Lakers still need to help James in preserving his energy. After all, it might not look like it, but he will turn 37-years-old this month.

James has certainly aged like a fine wine and is still carrying the team on his back. But as we mentioned earlier, he will need to manage his load accordingly if the organization wants him to be at his best during the postseason.

Moreover, it is not like that the purple and gold do not have other star players. Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook are both going through a rough patch. If the two stars can get back in form, it will help their leader.

With more than one-third of the season already over, it is time for the team to step on their foot on the gas and push for clinching a higher seed in the Western Conference.