LeBron James’ bubble is about to burst.
The frustration is starting to settle in for the Lakers superstar, and it was most apparent during Sunday night’s Game 3 vs. the Heat, when James walked off the court with about 10 seconds left to play in the game.
When asked about why he left the court — or attempted to leave the court — with time left on the clock, James was short with his reply:
Here’s the full, unedited transcript of the question and LeBron’s answer:
Question: LeBron, when you walked off the court with about 10 seconds left, was that frustration or did you think the game was over?
James: Uh, both.
James has been vocal about the stressors of being in the bubble in recent weeks — mainly, being away from family and the amount of work he has to do to keep his body in check. Couple that with the fact that the pressure is a little higher given his history with the Miami Heat and attempting to win his fourth championship on his third team, it might be taking a bigger toll on the vet than people realize.
(It also doesn’t help when Jimmy Butler is in your ear, talking noise.)
The Lakers hold a 2-1 series lead over the Heat and get back to work on Tuesday night.
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