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NBA Fans React To LeBron James Going To The Lakers Practice Facility At 5 AM: “Bruh This Man Is Deada** Serious. He Not Tryna Miss Another Playoffs Again."

NBA Fans React To LeBron James Going To The Lakers Practice Facility At 5 AM: “Bruh This Man Is Deada** Serious. He Not Tryna Miss Another Playoffs Again."

For the first time since his sophomore season in the NBA, LeBron James will not be participating in the playoffs. LeBron and the Lakers had a horrendous season last year, and finished the season in 11th place, missing out on the final play-in spot. The Lakers will have to do a lot of work in the offseason to make sure it doesn't happen again. And it appears LeBron James has already begun preparations for the next season.

LeBron James shared a video on his Instagram Story of him driving to the Los Angeles Lakers practice facility at 5 AM. He followed that video up with a boomerang video of him zooming in on the Lakers' logo on the court.

James takes very good care of his body and puts a lot of work in during the offseason to get himself in shape. But him, doing this six months before the new season is quite interesting.

NBA fans were quite impressed with LeBron James reaching the practice facility this early in the morning and this early in the offseason. While many fans were not surprised that James is putting in this much work, they did note that he seems highly motivated to make sure that a repeat of last season does not happen.

There is no doubt that LeBron James is one of the most driven and dedicated athletes in all sports. If he wasn't, he would not have enjoyed the success he has up to this career. LeBron is always striving to get better and win more championships. And that is why he has begun putting in the work for next season.

But if Phil Jackson gets his way, LeBron might not be on the Lakers next season, as one insider has reported that Jackson wants the Lakers to trade LeBron and keep Russell Westbrook. It is highly unlikely that will happen, as the Lakers will want to build around James, who, despite his age, is still one of the best players in the NBA.