Giant LeBron James banner in Cleveland comes down

Giant LeBron James banner in Cleveland comes down

Giant LeBron James banner in Cleveland comes down

However, it is a bit disappointing that the Lakers followed up this momentous occasion by adding players that don't maximize LeBron's chances of competing for a championship this upcoming season. "I called LeBron to L.A.", he told the cameras.

The Golden State Warriors responded to one of the most seismic moves the National Basketball Association has ever seen on Monday night by reminding the other 29 teams in the league they're only nominally playing the same game.

LaVar's insane dream of Lonzo, LiAngelo - who wasn't picked up by anyone in the NBA Draft last month - and 16-year-old LaMelo all playing for the Lakers clearly isn't dead, either.

LaVar: The Warriors can sign Boogie, Prince, Michael Jordan, anybody they want. "This move creates considerable buzz around LeBron, and as he plays on his new team, that should be positive for Nike", he said. "L.A".

"But even if we were, you know the Lakers...once you retire, you become all about the organization, and the next player that is in that jersey...the players who come before have a responsibility to help them win more championships".

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It wasn't long before the city of Los Angeles, along with many favorite celebrities, started celebrating on social media to welcome James, 33, to the city and the Lakers.

But there's absolutely no reason to believe Magic Johnson and Co. are going to mortgage their future for an opportunity to contend this coming season. Without a doubt, it'll be centered around James. LaVar went full LaVar for the entire brief interview. Lonzo don't do all that dribbling.

Instead, James signed a four-year deal with the Lakers (with a reported opt-in for the fourth year).

The Lakers are in a tough position if they fully intend on bringing Leonard in at some point. Nothing LaVar says will change that - nor should it. While the Lakers could opt to pass on dealing for Leonard in order to sign him in 2019 as a free agent, there are increasing reports that Leonard may be open to signing with the Los Angeles Clippers as an alternative to joining LeBron and the Lakers.

It's hard to imagine James putting up with too much.

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