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Lakers Land Kyrie Irving In Blockbuster Trade Scenario

The Los Angeles Lakers have some unfinished business ahead of the 2022-23 NBA season. Some people go their whole lives thinking about “the one that got away”. Perhaps they met the wrong person at the wrong time. It may be that they were too emotionally immature to appreciate it. In any event, memories of that person could follow them for the rest of their lives.
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Details Emerge From LeBron James' Meeting With Lakers

Earlier this month, ESPN's Dave McMenamin reported the Los Angeles Lakers met with LeBron James to discuss their future together. The two sides reportedly had a "productive" discussion, but did not decide on a future contract. LeBron is eligible for a two-year, $97 million extension, but that wasn't completed in the meeting.

Gilbert Arenas says LeBron James is the only superstar who has never had a season in which he chased stats

Former NBA star Gilbert Arenas recently claimed that Los Angeles Lakers veteran LeBron James is the only superstar who hasn’t chased stats at some point in his career. “I said, ‘LeBron is probably the only player, the only superstar that never had that year,'” Arenas explained. “He never had that year where he says, ‘Eh, frick everybody. I’m trying to get my stats.’ Because I said, ‘If he ever did that, who’s stopping him?’ That man would average 40-something. … When LeBron stepped in, it was all about trying to win a championship. Every year, trying to win a championship, so he’s been building the teams to try to win championships, so he’s never actually had a selfish year where he says, ‘I don’t need anybody. I want to show the world what I can do.'”

Lakers Land Knicks’ Cam Reddish In Bold Trade Scenario

In the NBA, market size is supposed to be an advantage. The logic is simple enough. Teams that play in bigger cities are supposed to have an easier time attracting stars. They provide more business opportunities and a bigger audience. In theory, that works. Fortunately, for the league’s smaller market...

Hawks Land Anthony Davis In Blockbuster Trade Scenario

Change can be a scary thing. The unknown is a dark place, and it’s not for everyone. At the same time, sometimes we need to venture into it. NBA teams are no different. After all, if our current conditions are challenging enough, we can reach a point where we know that virtually anything new would be improved.

'I chose eight because of Kobe Bryant'

New Everton signing Amadou Onana says he has picked the number eight shirt because of basketball legend Kobe Bryant. Belgium midfielder Onana, 20, has joined the Toffees for £33m from Lille. The late Bryant wore the number eight for the LA Lakers. "I think I can play every position...

Russell Westbrook’s latest social media activity indicates he thought he played well at end of season despite Lakers’ struggles

It’s widely understood that former MVP Russell Westbrook’s first season with the Los Angeles Lakers was a colossal failure. The Lakers reportedly have discussed numerous trades in an effort to offload Westbrook and reinvent the team before the start of the 2022-23 regular season. However, Westbrook’s latest liked...

NBA Fans React To Nets Owner Joe Tsai's Tweet About Kevin Durant's Ultimatum: "KD Is Going To The Boston Celtics, Kyrie Irving Will Be Traded To The Los Angeles Lakers."

Kevin Durant is still a member of the Brooklyn Nets despite having requested a trade over a month back and it seems he has decided to force the team into making a decision. Durant had a meeting with owner Joe Tsai this past weekend and reports indicate that he gave Tsai an ultimatum that GM Sean Marks and head coach Steve Nash have to be fired if he is stay in Brooklyn.

LOOK: Dwight Howard's Instagram Post On Monday

Eight-time NBA All-Star Dwight Howard made a post to Instagram on Monday. The former superstar played for the Los Angeles Lakers last season. He has also played for the Orlando Magic, Houston Rockets, Philadelphia 76ers, Washington Wizards, Atlanta Hawks and Charlotte Hornets.

Former Blue Devil Quinn Cook signs with Sacramento on one year deal

Former Blue Devil championship point guard Quinn Cook has earned another shot at playing in the NBA after being signed on Monday night. According to multiple reports the former Duke point guard has been signed to a one year deal by the Sacramento Kings. The news was first reported by Marc Spears of ESPN.