Almost every media outlet contains at least one story that linked the CBA negotiations between the NBA and the NBPA to a return to LeBron James. Specifically, the possibility of lowering the minimum age of eligibility in the NBA from 19 to 18 has been linked to the fact that it would be easier for King to fulfill his dream of playing with his sons Bruni and Bryce in the Pros.
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This is a different effort. One that would focus less on what LeBron would like to do and more on what he wants to do. Without a doubt, he wants to make his way as high as possible on the purple and gold pyramid of all-time legendary players! There are a lot of things that prove this point.
First, there’s the last two-year contract extension worth $97.1 million. Regardless of the massive price tag – LeBron does more than do great financially – it’s clear that James’ drive for signing the new contract is entirely rooted in competition.
Chris Haynes’ report on a meeting between James and the Lakers, General Manager Rob Pelinka, supports this theory.
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Pelinka made clear his feelings that he wanted James to retire from Laker and promised to provide him with all possible resources to compete for a championship every year with the organization. Haynes said.
Since winning a championship can never be guaranteed to anyone in professional sports, there are still plenty of other milestones that LeBron will also be looking to claim for himself. Most notably NBA.com’s Greg Beecham – “James will likely overtake Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the scoring king in the NBA this winter.”
What could be more fitting than replacing a Laker legend at this pinnacle with another superstar?
Speaking of icons, we all know the mark Kobe Bryant left with the California franchise that he’s all won 17 times. Sneaker enthusiasts also know how legendary basketball shoes are known for their performance and popularity among NBA players. Well, LeBron is also making moves in this area with a major 20 . redesignThe tenthAn edition of his own sneaker line. In fact, many call this model the name “LeKobe” As it certainly has a lot of similarities to some of the more popular versions of Nike’s signature line of Black Mamba.
With that in mind, we’ll take the liberty of giving LeBron another nickname – LA-Brune – because he obviously wants to remember his long reign in Tinseltown just as much as he does in Cleveland and Miami.
Of course, he’ll need help – proper Anthony Davis should be number one, two, and three on his wish list. It will also be important to see if Russell Westbrook adapts his playing style especially now with the new additions Pat Beverly and Dennis Schroeder to the roster.
There is definitely promise here, and as always with a storied Hollywood organization, there will be plenty of entertainment. We definitely can’t wait to see how it all turns out with LeBron!