LeBron James did not start the game against Sacramento last night in the NBA. The Los Angeles Lakers player has been placed in solitary confinement due to the Covid health protocol. He could miss ten days of competition.
The Los Angeles Lakers will probably have to do without leader LeBron James again. Ahead of the NBA game against the Sacramento Kings, the 36-year-old was placed on the list of unavailable players. He was placed in solitary confinement, as part of the League’s health protocol relating to Covid-19.
This isolation means that one of the tests passed by James, doubly vaccinated, was inconclusive. He could thus miss ten days of competition, unless tested twice negatively in the coming days.
The protocol indicates that vaccinated players are placed in quarantine if they test positive, whether or not they show symptoms, and for 10 days. Another bad news for the Lakers yet returned to balance.
Due to injury or even expulsion, Lebron James has only played 11 of the Lakers’ 23 games since the start of the season.