Lakers star vows for payback against the Houston Rockets.
In the aftermath of the Lakers' resounding win over the Blazers on Friday, LeBron James was already looking ahead to plan his revenge against a Western Conference enemy.
Earlier this month, the Purple and Gold suffered an embarrassing, blowout loss at the hands of the Rockets
and LeBron is looking to make a statement in their next meeting this weekend.
The Lakers were ripped apart defensively in the first game, and the Rockets finished the final quarter with 128 points on 54% shooting from the field.
As for LeBron, it was arguably his worst game of the season.
He had just 18 points in 27 minutes, well below his season average.
Obviously, LeBron is hoping for a different outcome for the upcoming game, but it won't be an easy feat.