LeBron James' instagram activity this off-season has largely been dominated by his weekly "Taco Tuesday" videos but with the NBA season now less than two months away, the Los Angeles Lakers star has begun sharing videos from his training sessions.
The footage posted to LeBron's most recent instagram story included some questionable squats that brought out the best of #NBATwitter, as well as some traditional on-court work in preparation for "battles coming in the near future." The latter also featured a quick message for all the naysayers who think LeBron is washed up - or, as he is now calling himself, the #WashedKing.
LeBron and the Lakers, like several other Western Conference contenders, will look a whole lot different in the 2019-20 season.
The Lakers shipped out Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and others this off-season in order to land Anthony Davis, as well as a cast of veterans that includes Jared Dudley, Danny Green and Avery Bradley. The Lakers also reached a one-year deal with DeMarcus Cousins, but a recent ACL injury forced the team to sign veteran center Dwight Howard.
Of course, there's another former All Star still searching for a home and many are calling on LeBron and the Lakers to make it happen. Carmelo Anthony could still be added to the Lakers roster, as they have an open roster space available, but as of now the team has shown no real interest in bringing Melo on board.
LeBron James Shows Off New And Improved Hairline, Internet Brings The Jokes
LeBron's "Liberty Bell" hair line is no more.
The Los Angeles Lakers will have a whole new look next season, and so will LeBron James' often discussed hairline.
LeBron recently shared a video of his new and improved hair, which looks to have completely restored itself from a year ago, when fans were comparing his receding follicles to the Liberty Bell. Take a look at the old LeBron and his rejuvenated flow in the tweets embedded below.
Whether LeBron's got a perfect edge up or a series of bald patches on his dome, Lakers fans won't care as long as he helps deliver an NBA championship. The team's odds increased tenfold when they acquired All Star center Anthony Davis in a blockbuster trade with the New Orleans Pelicans, but there is still some work to be done.
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Bobby Marks, the Lakers are currently in the process of trying to rework the deal with New Orleans in order to create enough cap space for another max contract.