LeBron James Succinctly Answers Lakers Trade Deadline Questions

LeBron James, the Los Angeles Lakers' superstar, evaded trade deadline queries with brief, 

simple responses after their 1124-118 triumph over the lottery-bound Charlotte Hornets on Monday, February 5, to cap their annual "Grammy trip."

"This is who we have, so there's nothing else to talk about," James told reporters when asked if they should keep investing in their present squad.

James' response was consistent with his passive-aggressive approach to the trade deadline, which included posting an emoji of the Statue of Liberty and a King crown on X,

formerly Twitter, saying in a pregame interview that playing for the Knicks crossed his mind in 2010, and finally doing his postgame interview draped in a Knicks towel.

James only had 26 points and 7 assists in the close victory over the lottery-bound Charlotte Hornets, following 24 points against the Knicks on February 3 at Madison Square Garden.

Since winning the In-Season Tournament in early December, the Lakers have won three straight games.

When asked if he believes their current squad is adequate to win the championship, James provided a more detailed response but still evaded and indirectly pointed to Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka as the appropriate person to ask.

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