I think everybody knew it while ago especially when his son moved to LAL school and this was the key for LBJ move as well because he always with the family and a lot of time he said that family is over the basketball. The more interesting that Lakers bring Mcgee and Stephenson. It seems very unpredictible players and there is a lot question marks for them. I still waiting some big move for another star because with the squad which is at the moment I don't see big chances to fight for the title especially when you are in the west conference. What's your opinion?
Lakers and Blazers will meet in a back to back Summer League Final. The two teams are like the summer league version of the Cavs-Warriors.
Who you will root for? I saw Lakers game against Pistons and Josh Hart looked great. Seems that he can be one of the key players in upcoming season.
From love to hate to be honest. From one of the top all star player with a great attitude to an unpredictable man who seems doesn't know what to do next. Seems that his uncle making pressure all the time to him and keeps him thinking about money not about the future.
I happy for Spurs that they finally would be able to trade Kawhi but in other hand it's sad to see loyalty player like DeRozan being traded to another team but he should be happy for this Raptors decision. Finally he will be able to feel how real basketball should be played and what an organization and great coaching staff San Antonio have.
Los Angeles Lakers have some great depth in their squad
PG - Lonzo Ball/Rondo
SG - KCP/Hart/Mykhailiuk
SF - Ingram/Beasley/Deng
PF - LeBron/Kuzma/Wagner
C - McGee/Zubac
Their C position might not be great right now but the idea of playing Kuzma or LeBron at C in a small ball lineup to fill in the voided minutes is a possibility. It's really going to be exciting to see what Bron can do with this squad
I think that he can make a big comeback because he had different role in Oklahoma City and it's hard to play together with Westbrook. He should fit perfectly in the Rockets especially when their gameplay is about 3 point shot and having Harden and CP3 he could have a lot of space. Great example last season Gerald Green who made tremendous comeback to NBA and was one of the key player. Who could expect that?
Agreed with this, the run and gun offense with ball movement is going to suit Melo best, he wont be isolated therefore he won't lose his rhythm and shoot like below 40%. I think playing in a Dantoni system where CP and Harden are your point guards is about as perfect situation as it gets for Melo. I can see Melo becoming the 2nd scoring option and averaging 18-20 points on good shooting percentage in Houston.