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LeBron James Says Something Fishy is Going On After Testing Positive For COVID-19

LeBron James is getting all the bashings on Twitter over a tweet people think is a COVID-19 conspiracy theory. James himself hasn’t given clues to the meaning of his tweet, but people are reading meanings into it.

LeBron James on Twitter tweeted:

“Something is REAL [fish emojis] going on.”

Now people think his tweet means he’s caught COVID-19 again despite being vaccinated. Others also think it got to do with all the injuries making it impossible for him to be on the court.

Via Total Pro Sports:

James already has missed 12 of the Lakers’ 23 games because of injuries and a suspension. The team is 5-7 without him on the floor.

If a player has a confirmed positive test for COVID-19, the NBA mandates a minimum of 10 days of isolation away from his team without any physical activity. Following that, the player must undergo a cardiac screening and reconditioning in order to be cleared to return to the court.

James is averaging 25.8 points, 6.8 assists and 5.2 rebounds this season, his 19th in the NBA.

Here is what the Lakers said after the game he missed.

LeBron James has entered the league’s health and safety protocols, and he did not play in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 117-92 win over the Kings on Tuesday night.

It is expected that James will miss several games, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

“Obviously, it’s a huge loss,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel said in his pregame remarks Tuesday. “It’s disappointing. We just want the best for him right now. That’s where our thoughts are. And we have a next man up mindset.”

Talen Horton-Tucker started in James’ place and scored two points in 16 minutes.

Vogel said the team found out James was entering the health and safety protocols on Tuesday morning and arranged for transportation for James to return to L.A. from Sacramento.

“Hopefully, this is something that’s short term,” Vogel said. “We’ll see.”

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