Lebron James took to Instagram on Thursday to post a cryptic post about getting taken for granted, which has caught the attention of Lakers fans everywhere.
The pole comes as the Lakers have made a 0-4 start to the season and struggled to shoot the ball at a historic pace from a 3-point reach.
“How long will you be taken for granted… Keep going boy,” read the post in which Lebron dunks his former team-mate and now Denver Nuggets player Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.
Lebron James posted a cryptic caption to a video he uploaded to Instagram on Thursday
The post comes as the Lakers have made a disastrous 0-4 start to the season
The post expectantly caught the attention of several big names and thousands of fans in the comment section.
World-renowned actor and musician Jamie Foxx said, “Let them know.”
The global brand and James’ sponsor Nike said, “TOO NICE WITH IT.”
Fans who responded, however, had a much higher number of comments, with responses ranging from telling James to request a trade, while others criticized him for posting such a post while the team is 0-4.
James appeared to be getting support in the comments from actor Jamie Foxx and Nike
“Ask for a tat swap and shake the room,” a supporter urged James in the comment section.
“Another message to Pelinka and the Lakers. BRING SHOOTERS AROUND HIM! Watch the season change,” claimed another.
However, another seemed to criticize James’ post, reminding him that the Lakers are 0-4.
Fans had mixed reactions to James’ cryptic post saying he should ask for a trade if things don’t improve, while others criticized him for losing the team
James was critical of his own mistakes after the loss to the Nuggets.
“I wasn’t aggressive enough in many of my turnovers,” James said after turning the ball eight times in LA’s loss to the Nuggets.
“I came from a lot of screens, wanted to fit in, get guys involved, and I wasn’t aggressive enough.”
Correcting James turnover will not help with the biggest problem the Lakers had on Wednesday, which is the fact that they shot 8-30 from a 3-point range.
The 26.7 percent they shot on Wednesday officially made them the worst 3-point shooting team in the first four games of the season in league history, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
The Lakers take on the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night as they try to avoid going 0-5 and ending their nightmarish start.
The Lakers star was critical of his own mistakes after losing to the Nuggets this week
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