How LeBron James and LeBron James Jr. are using their first two years as teammates to grow closer and earn respect
Posted On June 18, 2021
LeBron James is starting to learn to respect his new teammates.
After his first two seasons together, James has learned how to be a teammate.
The NBA star and two-time NBA champion has built a close relationship with his teammates.
He says the first two months of the season, he is getting along with all the players.
The two-way star and the Cavs have been working together since the start of training camp.
It was a first for James.
James said the first time they met, the first thing they talked about was basketball.
The Cleveland Cavaliers host the New Orleans Pelicans at Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2021.
James and his teammates have gotten along with each other since training camp began.
James, who has not played since Nov. 9 because of the knee injury, said they have worked on communication and communication skills.
James said he has learned to trust his teammates and trust the system.
“They are really going to help me.
I’ve really learned how much they value me, and how much I care about them,” James said.”
I just feel like I have to trust them, and I have respect for what they’re doing and how they’re working.
I feel like it’s just a team effort.
That’s what I feel.
They’re a team, and they’re trying to win and they want to win.
So I respect that.”
James said the two-team system gives him a chance to develop as a player.
He said he likes the way that his teammates work together.
“That’s been really nice to have a really good relationship with them.
It’s been a lot of fun working with them,” he said.
“I’m really excited to get out there and get a feel for what it’s like to play with these guys, because they really are doing a lot to help us.”