LeBron James is apparently pretty excited about the Los Angeles Lakers’ young players, which should not be too surprising.
It turns out that the early concerns about LeBron James’ relationship with Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton may be fairly overblown.
Fans and analysts knew this NBA offseason could be crazy, with a number of big-name players potentially changing uniforms — and the league hasn’t disappointed.
Most Lakers fans are hoping LeBron James can help snap a streak of disappointing seasons and bring the franchise another Larry O’Brien Trophy, but there are apparently some folks in Los Angeles
If Luke Walton needs some advice on how to coach LeBron James, he can look no further than James’ last head coach.
What’s it like to be the general manager of the team that watches LeBron James leave? Not a lot of fun.
Instead of simply tolerating Lance Stephenson on the Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James actually appears to have been actively recruiting him.
The supporting cast around LeBron James was not good enough to win a championship last season, and no one is surprised he wanted a change of scenery.