LeBron James injures his leg


Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James reinjured his leg on Sunday night and his status is hazy for Monday night's down against the meeting Denver Nuggets. 

James left the 121-114 misfortune to the Toronto Raptors with 6:42 leftover in the challenge. 

"His lower leg is doing combating some touchiness," Los Angeles mentor Frank Vogel said thereafter. "We chose not to bring him back." 

James was playing for the second time since missing 20 games because of the harmed lower leg. He said it has straightened out on him at halftime in the two games. 

Vogel and James were both on pause and-see mode per whether the star forward could play against Denver. 

"The arrangement is to perceive how I feel and go from that point," James said. 

James likewise was contemplating the 10,000 foot view. 

"The main thing for me is to be solid and be all set when it truly matters," James said. 

James recorded 19 focuses, seven bounce back and six helps against Toronto as the drooping Lakers lost for the 6th time in seven games. They are 0-2 since James returned. 

"I think our group is predicated on wellbeing," James said. "That is the No. 1 thing for our ball club. We should be solid and we should be all set."

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