One thing is clear from LeBron’s first year in Los Angeles. He’s investing more time than ever into off the court projects and he can no longer drag a group of scrubs into the playoffs.
The Lakers have some young talent, but LeBron needs another star to help him out in Los Angeles. Some of that is probably due to his move to the Western Conference.
At this point, LeBron can’t wait for the season end and isn’t at all interested in what his teammates are doing. On Sunday, Knicks announcer Clyde Frazier called him out for not caring and making Luke Walton a lame duck head coach.
Clyde Frazier criticizes LeBron for not being “part of the team” and says “he doesn’t really care” ? pic.twitter.com/cHGumjnI8L
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 17, 2019
Clyde nailed it. LeBron isn’t going to care until the Lakers make the moves he wants. That’s the bottom line.
He’s not just a bad teammate, LeBron’s the worst teammate.
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