LeBron James Reactivated for Lakers' Game After 13-Game Absence

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Los Angeles Lakers forward, LeBron James, who has been out of action for the past 13 NBA games due to a tendon injury in his right foot, has been reactivated and was available to play in the team's home game against the Chicago Bulls on Sunday.

Despite his return, the club announced that the 38-year-old star would come off the bench for the contest after testing his foot.

Fans of James and the Lakers are overjoyed to see the superstar return to the court after a prolonged absence.

James, who is widely considered one of the best basketball players of all time, has a huge following of devoted supporters who eagerly await his every game. They have been eagerly anticipating his return to the lineup and are excited to see him back in action.

James' return is a significant boost to the Lakers' hopes of securing a playoff spot this season. The team has gone 8-5 without James, reaching a record of 37-37 and standing eighth in the Western Conference.

They are currently tied with both the seventh-placed Minnesota Timberwolves and the ninth-placed New Orleans Pelicans in the race for play-in post-season positions.

Despite missing 27 games this season due to injury, matching the most of any campaign in his career, James still leads the Lakers with an average of 29.5 points per game this season. His presence on the court is sure to energize the team and inspire them to perform at their best.

It is worth noting that this is only the second time in his 20-year NBA career that James has been a reserve, with the first time being back in 2007 when he played for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Nevertheless, his fans are confident that he will deliver another incredible performance and help lead the Lakers to victory.

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