LeBron James Rumors

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LeBron James
LeBron James
Position: F
Born: 12/30/84
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:244 lbs. / 111.1 kg.
Salary: $35,654,150
JH: With LeBron out of the East, has your mindset changed? What is your ultimate goal for next season? Giannis Antetokounmpo: The goal is still the same. Of course you have LeBron in the Western Conference. We still have great teams like Boston, Toronto, Philly, Indiana in the East. We just have to continue getting better every day as a team. We have a great team, we have a great coach, and hopefully we will have a great season and take another step forward this year.
“They got the best player in the world,” DeMarcus Cousins said in an interview with Brandon Robinson. Adding arguably the best player in the NBA is going to improve any team in the league, but as far as them having a chance to win a title, Boogie things anything is possible. “They’ve got a chance,” said Cousins. “We’ll see what happens when the ball goes up.”
LeBron James: “I think more importantly than what I need to share with the younger guys, I think what a lot of people are missing is how hungry for knowledge that the young guys are. Kuz and Zo and Josh Hart, and Brandon Ingram, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Slavi (LeBron definitely meant Svi Mykhailluk but this is hilarious) and Moe Wagner, we have young guys that are extremely excited not only about playing the game, but also learning the game. That’s going to help out even more because those guys are just hungry for knowledge, so I’m looking forward to that.”
Son Rich and daughter Riley had some nerve, refusing to sleep through the night while dad was trying to help the Cavs beat the Pacers. There was also the matter of playing alongside LeBron, in what turned out to be his last year in Cleveland, with his Finals streak on the line. Losses were magnified. Wins were expected. Every shot was either taken by LeBron or facilitated through him, or so it seemed. Hood doesn’t use those items as excuses, exactly. It’s just, well, that’s what was happening around him while he was dealing with the worst stretch of his pro career.
Stephon Marbury retired from basketball earlier this season, but that only means his hot takes about the stars of the day are just getting started. Marbury was on Instagram Live, discussing the future of Duke freshman and perspective lottery pick Zion Williamson. In the video, Marbury went as far as to say that Williamson is the “only player” who has a chance to be better than Michael Jordan and that Williamson is already better than LeBron James.