As the Lakers prepare for an off-season where they have more than a few questions to address.
A new report just surfaced that may have made this summer a bit tougher in terms of finding Lebron the proper support to make a championship push within the next three seasons.
ESPN’s Michael C. Wright broke the story, saying: ‘
“That’s just what I’ve been told. It’s what I’ve been told going back to last summer. I don’t see that as something that’s happening. I think he goes to the Clippers.”
— Sporting News Canada (@sportingnewsca) March 9, 2019
Although this doesn’t come as a huge surprise, the Lakers are in desperate need of a superstar player or two to join LeBron but Kawhi’s camp is deading the rumors of him in the purple and gold early.
Before Leonard can become a free agent this summer by declining a $21.3 million player option, he will try to help the 46-19 Toronto Raptors win an NBA title.
Leonard averages 27.1 points, 7.3 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.9 steals for the No. 2 seed in the East.
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