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Brian Windhorst On The L.A. Lakers: "The Lakers Fans Dream Of Signing A Big Time Player This Summer, That's Not Gonna Happen."

After their heart-breaking elimination in the first round, the Los Angeles Lakers, and GM Rob Pelinka, are headed back to the drawing board. Unfortunately for the Lakers and their fans, there might not be a whole lot they can do. Despite dreams of acquiring another star, the franchise is limited in what moves they can make, as ESPN's Brian Windhorst pointed out on The Jump.
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Look: Brian Windhorst, Fellow ESPN Analyst Get Into Heated Debate About NBA MVP

The latest episode of the ‘Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective’ podcast flew off the rails, as Windhorst found himself in a serious argument with ESPN’s Tim Bontemps. Windhorst and Bontemps were arguing about the MVP race, which is a bit complicated this year since stars like Giannis Antetokounmpo and LeBron James have missed time due to injuries.

ESPN Writer Calls Brian Windhorst ‘A Jacka**’ For Picking LeBron James As The 2021 MVP

Brian Windhorst engaged in a very heated debate with ESPN writer Tim Bontemps over one of the hottest topics in the NBA right now, the 2021 MVP award. Given all the changes we’ve seen this season, nobody really knows who deserves to take the award home and these two debated about it, using big words to describe each other while making their case.

Brian Windhorst Reveals Why The Lakers Might Be Defeated In 2021 Playoffs: “Their Defense Is Spectacular But They Can’t Bring It Every Night Offensively.”

As the reigning, defending NBA Champions, the Los Angeles Lakers are certainly considered major contenders for the 2021 title. So long as LeBron James and Anthony Davis remain healthy, it’s easy to see how they might be successful in repeating as Champions. But there lies a rather glaring issue with...

ESPN’s Brian Windhorst Causes Stir With LeBron-Steph Report: TRAINA THOUGHTS

1. Would Steph Curry ever leave the Warriors to play with LeBron James and the Lakers?. Obviously, nobody knows the answer to that question, but ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, who has covered LeBron James for years, said on the latest episode of the Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective podcast that the King is recruiting Curry.
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No, Brian Windhorst was not serious about LeBron recruiting Steph Curry

Brian Windhorst made himself the main character on NBA Twitter today, with a tongue-in-cheek comment about LeBron and Steph Curry that’s been taken wildly out of context. You may notice ESPN’s Brian Windhorst trending today as a comment he made on an episode of the Hoop Collective podcast is spreading like wildfire. If you get your news primarily from graphics on social media you may have heard that “Steph is eligible for a contract extension this summer, and LeBron started recruiting him at All-Star break.”