Why Was LeBron Wearing Goggles? James' Glasses - NBA Standings

LeBron James wore goggles during Saturday night's game against the Washington Wizards.  James' yellow tinted glasses didn't last long.  He tossed them to the side late in the first quarter.  Cleveland lost to the Wizards 127 to 115.  The Cavs have nothing to worry about since they've already clinched the division.

LeBron James corneal abrasion eye injury

On Friday, March 24, 2017 the Cleveland Cavaliers played the Charlotte Hornets.  LeBron suffered an eye injury during the game.  The Cavs defeated the Hornets 112 to 105.  LeBron drove to the basket and Jeremy Lamb fouled him.  Zeller scratched LeBron's right cornea.  The Cavs are 0-6 this season without King James so he decided to play against the Wizards.

Why Was LeBron Wearing Goggles? James Glasses NBA Standings
Why Was LeBron Wearing Goggles? James Glasses NBA Standings

Cleveland is currently number 1 in the Eastern Conference while Washington is number 3.  The Wizards have clinched a Playoff berth.  It's difficult to take the Wizards seriously.  Since the Chris Webber and Juwan Howard days they've been selling fans dreams.  Last year, they failed to make the playoffs.

Why Was LeBron Wearing Goggles? James Glasses NBA Standings
Why Was LeBron Wearing Goggles? James Glasses NBA Standings

Cleveland has not looked great this year but they still have a chance to win their second NBA Championship in a row.



LeBron will have to play big minutes throughout the playoffs if Cleveland stands a chance.  Kevin Durant recently suffered an injury that may have LeBron thinking about his health.  LeBron isn't as young as he used to be and if he plans to match Michael Jordan's 6 championships he will need to make smart decisions.

The hilarious tweet below explains that Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns scored a career high 70 points while LeBron's career high is 61 points.



While Booker's performance was impressive, he's no LeBron James.  King James is the youngest player to ever record a triple double, he holds the record for the most 3-pointers in the NBA Finals and the most consecutive points in a playoff game.

Do you think the Cleveland Cavaliers will win the NBA Championship this season? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.



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