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“Obviously he’s struggling right now with his shot, and I think everybody can see that,” Scott said. “So it’s trying to get him in better position to be able to have an opportunity to knock those shots down on a consistent basis. That’s No. 1. “I don’t know if it’s his legs. I don’t think so. Again, our conversations are pretty blunt. … He tells me when he is tired and he tells me when he’s not tired. And the last few days, he said he feels great. So, I don’t think it’s a matter of him being tired or his legs being tired. I think it’s a matter of his timing being a little off.”
LeBron James is even more dominant among NBA players in the social media arena than he is on the basketball court. King James combines for more than 63 million followers in the many social media platforms where he has an official profile. That’s 26 million more than the next NBA player, Kobe Bryant, who does fantastic on Facebook but lags way behind James on Twitter and Instagram.