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LeBron James Gets Called Out In Players-Only Meeting

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LeBron James Gets Called Out In Players-Only Meeting

LeBron James Gets Called Out In Players-Only Meeting

LeBron James’ first season with the Los Angeles Lakers caused his teammates to call for a players-only meeting.

During the meeting they called him out for his poor body language during a series of games.

According to Business Insider, James responded well to the criticism.

Even though they may have fixed their internal problems, they couldn’t get it together on the court.

For the six season in a row the Lakers will miss the playoffs.

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