LeBron James is not worried about his ankle.
The Cleveland Cavaliers star said Friday that he would play tomorrow after being diagnosed with a sprained right ankle.
James said the diagnosis came Friday and he is confident it will not impact his basketball career.
He has been sidelined since Dec. 19 with a strained right calf.
The Cavs won 97-83 over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night.
He said he is fine and that he expects to play Friday.
“It’s all good.
It’s a lot of confidence going in,” James said.
“I’m a big believer in this game, I’m a believer in my teammates, I love this game.
I love winning.”
He said the Cavs have a chance to win the series with their remaining three games remaining.