LeBron James loves the hustle from Dennis ‘The Menace’ Schröder

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Erik García Gundersen
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The Los Angeles Lakers escaped Saturday night’s double-overtime game against the Detroit Pistons with a win, helping them win their fourth straight game, which is currently the longest active win-streak in the Western Conference. The third win in their streak was much more impressive than Saturday night as they blew out the Denver Nuggets on Thursday night. During Thursday night’s win, Lakers coach Dennis Schröder had arguably his most iconic moment yet in a Lakers uniform.

During a defensive possession, Schröder gave up his body to dive for a loose ball after a rare bad pass by Nikola Jokic. After the clip got uploaded to Twitter, James shared the highlight again with an all caps comment to show off his appreciation for Schröder.

Schröder has been a major help for the Lakers this season, helping take the keys of the offense and helping form the head of the Lakers’ No. 1 ranked defense, helping guard opposing point guards and bring energy like he did on the play above,

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