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Darvin Ham explains 1 LeBron James decision during Suns game

Darvin Ham explains 1 LeBron James decision during Suns game

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The Los Angeles Lakers’ loss wasn’t the main talking point of the NBA’s opening day.

Once again, the narrative was focused on something else: LeBron James and his longevity.

Everyone was talking about the fact that James only played 28 minutes in the first game of the season, and it only got worse when coach Darvin Ham confirmed he was going to keep him on a one-minute restriction throughout the season.

That’s why it was pretty shocking to see James on the court for 35 minutes in his very next game, let alone the fact that he played the entire fourth quarter.

When asked about it, Ham argued that he asked LeBron how he was feeling before the fourth quarter, and considering he had several timeouts and the team needed a comeback, he decided to keep James on the ground for the full 12 minutes (via Jovan Buha).

Needless to say, no one will fault him for having his best player on the court, especially when he needs to win the game.

Still, it’s a little fishy to see that he broke his own promise just two days after publicly declaring that James would play no more than 30 minutes per game.

LeBron doesn’t seem to be on board with this idea, and it will lead to all kinds of speculation, as James has a well-documented history of overpowering his coaches.

In the end, the Lakers won, and that’s all Ham should worry about right now.

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