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Watch: LeBron James says he ‘felt a pop’ after suffering groin injury

LeBron James groin injury

LeBron James left Tuesday’s Los Angeles Lakers-Golden State Warriors game after suffering a groin injury in the third quarter.

James was driving to the basket and felt something pull, going to the ground.

He then was pointing to his left groin area to the trainers and appeared to say he “felt a pop.”

LeBron was taken to the locker room and exited the game with his team in the lead.

James has been fortunate enough to avoid any serious injuries during his career. He’s never played in fewer than 62 regular season games during his career. Including the postseason, he has played in 156 consecutive games.

The Lakers later said James suffered a left groin strain and termed him questionable to return to the game.


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