LeBron James is having a tough time at the moment in the NBA with his Miami Heat team losing five out of their last ten games.
The Heat and LeBron are not in form right now for a number of reasons, with some people suggesting they are not playing their best because they don't fear other teams in the NBA.
James is still having a high quality season individually with 27.0 per game this season, but it's in moments of a clutch nature when he doesn't deliver.
That is at least according to ESPN sports broadcaster Skip Bayless, who still believes that LeBron could do much better in big moments.
The Heat lost out to Eastern Conference rivals Indiana Pacers last night in a tight contest 84-83, and Bayless believes that James made errors during some key moments of the game.
Speaking on Twitter, Bayless posted, "The Heat lost that game last night more than the Pacers won it. Heat up 7 after 3, up 4 w/ 3:23 left. LEBRON HAS TO CLOSE THAT DEAL."
Bayless went even further and questioned LeBron's ability late in the game.
"LeBron last 9 minutes last night: 3 points, 2 killer turnovers. C'MON, MAN," Skip added.