Trying to finish objectives even when the enemy team is nearby
Also known as the famous old Baron throw, this is one of the big ways you’ll actually ever throw a game. At Baron or dragon and sneaking it is one thing but taking it when the enemy is coming is in a whole different ball game. Often unless you can actually finish it early enough, you’ve taken more damage and now you might have to fight..you’re often actually going to lose that fight afterwards. Even though you might have got the objective first, the fight is lost afterwards and you’ll lose even more. It’s league of legends latest patch actually very rarely worth the trade really. It’s much better and much safer in general to peel away and fight before you take too much damage from the Baron and try to win that fight and then you take the objective afterwards. There are times when it’s best to just rush it and run away but normally it’s much safer to fight.
The bad habit in League of Legends is just staying on the objective when the enemy team collapses. When you see them coming towards you and you’re like, it has only 4,000 health I’m going to rush it down probably not the best idea. The biggest problem is that you’ve already taken damage from that objective really so probably going to lose that fight afterwards and even if you haven’t actually finished it already then you’re going to be continuously be taking damage from that objective while you’re still fighting.
Fixing the Issue
The best way to fix this is to start disengaging from the baron before they arrive so you can turn on them if they come so that everyone has an idea and is more ready to fight.
Overvaluing the League of Legends CS or minions
Sometimes just let go off that cannon when necessary and do not greed over it and lose over half of your health bar in the process, this will only hinder you further and make you miss probably a couple more minions which altogether would be more valued than the cannon.
Stay up to date with the strongest and OP League of Legends champions
Season 8 as a whole has been putting out very big changes in the game with every new patch making it seem like a very big season as the number of changes are comparably higher to any preseason that has so far existed. This can lead to an experience of jumping into a new game or as if playing a game after a long time within weeks. Keeping up with this can be quite hectic, but for me, it’s easy since I use a tier list that provides me with all the information regarding which champions I can expect to be strong this patch and it’s also separated by specific roles, which are, Top, Mid, Bot, Support and Jungle allowing me to only focus on the specific lane I want to know about.