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Lakers’ LeBron James asked about Warriors’ turmoil involving Kevin Durant, Draymond Green

LeBron James, Lakers, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green

Speaking to local reporters after practice Wednesday, Los Angeles Lakers superstar small forward LeBron James said he has no comment on what is going on with the Golden State Warriors right now.

On Monday at Staples Center against the LA Clippers, Warriors forwards Draymond Green and Kevin Durant got into a heated argument on the bench, and it carried over to the postgame locker room. Green reportedly called Durant a “bit**” multiple times and challenged the nine-time All-Star about his impending free agency.

LeBron James was initially indirectly asked about the Warriors’ turmoil, but he quickly figured out where the question was going and said he’s staying out of it because he doesn’t like to speak on things he doesn’t know of:

LeBron James has his own problems to worry about. The Lakers are 7-6 on the season and giving up 115.5 points per game, which ranks 26th in the NBA. Even with all this drama going on in Golden State, if would be a shock to everyone if the Warriors still don’t win the Finals, and James knows that. He could not care less about what they’re going through right now.

The Lakers host the Portland Trail Blazers Wednesday. Los Angeles is looking to win its fourth game in a row. This is already the third time this season the Lakers and Blazers will play each other.