Stomach strain keeps LeBron James out for a week

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James is apparently set for seven days uninvolved with a stomach strain.

James was not involved in his side’s 104-107 defeat to the Oklahoma Thunder on Thursday and is now thought to be facing more time out of action.

The Athletic‘s Shams Charania wrote on Twitter: “Lakers star LeBron James is expected to miss at least one week with abdominal strain. Lakers want to be cautious with James’ injury early this season.”

Accordingly, James is set to pass on Sunday’s outing to the Portland Trail Blazers, while his support against the Charlotte Hornets and previous club Miami Heat is additionally in question.

The four-time NBA champion recently got away from one more genuine lower leg injury back in October following a panic in his side’s triumph over the Memphis Grizzlies.

James has arrived at the midpoint of 24.8 focuses per game this term and most as of late banked 30 focuses and 10 aids Wednesday’s 119-117 accomplishment over the Houston Rockets.