LeBron James has missed over a month straight of games, and the Lakers have seriously struggled in his time out. They are currently the fifth seed in the Western Conference, which means no home-court advantage in the NBA Playoffs.
James is expected to make his return to the lineup if warmups go well against the Kings on Friday night, Shams Charania of Stadium and The Atheltic reports.
His Tweet can be seen below.
"After missing over a month with high ankle sprain, Lakers star LeBron James is expected to return tonight vs. the Sacramento Kings assuming warmups go as planned, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium." Charania Tweeted on Friday evening.
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