Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

The Most Unbelievable No-Look Passes of LeBron James' Career

The Most Unbelievable No-Look Passes of LeBron James' Career

Los Angeles outscored Cleveland by 18 points in minutes with Thomas on the floor and eventually won, 127-113.

Jazz 116, Pelicans 99: Ricky Rubio had 30 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, and visiting Utah overcame Anthony Davis' first career triple-double for New Orleans, extending the Jazz's winning streak to six. Power forward Julius Randle led the Lakers with 36 points while big man Brook Lopez and 3-and-D guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope added 22 and 20 points, respectively.

The game was surprisingly lacking in drama despite the rumored bad blood between Thomas and the Cavaliers, as CBS Sports pointed out.

James put on his usual stunning display at Staples, including a breathtaking, one-handed pass late in the first half.

The Lakers looked hungry, exciting and full of potential. However, there are others who believe the three-time champion will take his talents elsewhere (again).

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But James is unlikely to join a team that can't immediately contend for championships with his addition. If the four-time NBA MVP declares for free agency following this season, the Lakers are believed to be among the frontrunners for his services. Though James has also been linked to the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers, the aforementioned four teams are reportedly in his final shortlist. Cleveland dressed only 11 players with several long-term injuries.

The Lakers could use more of that from Randle to compete in a brutal back-to-back this week against the Denver Nuggets and at the Golden State Warriors, with Brandon Ingram slated to miss both due to his recovery from a groin injury.

And as James was in action, Lakers president of basketball operations and NBA legend Magic Johnson was snapped talking to the 33-year-old's agent, Rich Paul, during a fourth quarter timeout.

I.T. PROFESSIONAL: Thomas' parting with Cleveland wasn't harmonious, and he showed off his elite scoring form.

"It's tough, we've got a lot of young guys and different lineups, but we have to be better", Lue said.
Cleveland will try to beat up on the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday after a day off Monday.

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