‘If LeBron James says he’s OK, he’s OK!’ – Stephen A. | First Take

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Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman discuss whether the Los Angeles Lakers should be worried about LeBron James’ minutes with Anthony Davis injured.

0:00 Stephen A. highlights that LeBron has not missed a game this season.

1:52 Max draws comparisons between LeBron and Kobe Bryant.

4:05 Stephen A. and Max get into a heated debate about Mike D’Antoni and Kobe.

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