LeBron James Says His Boys, 11 and 14, Drink Wine

LeBron James lets his two sons, 11 and 14, drink wine with him

"He plays basketball, " James said.

He was getting a better view Wednesday.

"When you play with LeBron you obviously want to keep playing because he's easy to watch". Despite being on the floor for just 18 minutes, he did everything.

It was the first time James was facing the Warriors since last season's NBA Finals - when his second stint as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers ended with Golden State sweeping its way to a second consecutive championship.

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LeBron James and the Lakers walked out of the preseason game victorious, winning by a tally of 123-113. With nearly a week before the season opener against the Portland Trail Blazers on the road, the Lakers will continue to focus on defense if they want to be one of the fastest-paced teams.

"I think, listen, (Magic) was very close to Dr. Buss and what he built around here", James said recently.

Ball made his first appearance since March in Las Vegas after recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.

Preseason games are tricky. Ball and LeBron spent the court together for the first time in front of the fans and delivered. It feels like the pressure is off of him right now. And while he expects blowback, he's willing to take the blame. It just feels different. He's going to go out in a place he's comfortable and where he's comfortable with himself.

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