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Amid F1 Las Vegas Crisis, LeBron James Joins Charles Leclerc to Elevate the Sin City Hype Train

Published 11/13/2023, 3:27 PM EST

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The World of F1 and the NBA are at a crossroads. Despite LeBron James’ absence on from the Los Angeles Lakers , they propelled to victory against the Port Lands TrailBlazers. This was on the back of a heroic 30-point double-double from Anthony Davis.

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On the other hand in the F1 world, fans are looking towards Las Vegas, as Sin city is about to host the Grand Prix. More recently, however, there has been some news that might be a crisis for the F1 world. At that moment LBJ crosses paths with their superstars.

LeBron James joins Charles Leclerc to Give fuel to Sin City’s fire


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While the AD and company were battling it out, Bron was out due to injury. However, he seems to appear with stars from a different world of sports. In a recent story shared on Instagram captioned “Vroom Vroom,” the 4 time NBA champion is posing with F1 drivers Charles Leclerc and Esteban Ocon. Leclerc is a well-known fan favorite who drives for Ferrari while Ocon drives for Alpine.

Despite the serious crisis amid the plummeting ticket prices, Las Vegas Grand Prix is in full swing, and both drivers are on this side of the ocean. At the same time, LBJ has also expressed his wish to own a new NBA team in Sin City. However, the plummet has affected Las Vegas enough to even hurt the hotel prices. LeBron James didn’t play in the recent Lakers game against the Trailblazers, making things a bit tough. He’s healing from a calf injury, and it’s understandable that he wasn’t there.


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Lakers without LBJ

In today’s Lakers vs. Blazers game, a stellar performance by AD, with 30 points, 13 rebounds, 3 blocks, and 6 assists, secured a 110-116 victory. Davis showcased his immense value to the team, emphasizing the correlation between his freedom on the court and the team’s success.

With a current record of 5-5, the Lakers’ postseason fate remains uncertain after 10 games. Can AD guide Los Angeles to the playoffs? Will LeBron own a team in the Sin City and play with his sons?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments.


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Akashdeep Banerjee


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Akashdeep Banerjee is an NBA writer at Essentially Sports. After Graduating in Journalism and Mass Communication he forayed into visual Media. A fan of the NBA for the better part of a decade.
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