LeBron James To Lakers Might Speed Up Hawks Rebuild

LeBron James To Lakers Might Speed Up Hawks Rebuild

Now that LeBron James has landed with the Los Angeles Lakers, his jersey and new teammates are just two of the things that will be changing over next season. In this picture, Ball #2 of the Los Angeles Lakers shakes hands with James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers after the game at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, on December 14, 2017.

Ball told TMZ Sports he's not anxious about the defending champion Warriors getting even stronger with the addition of free agent center DeMarcus "Boogie" Cousins.

Rondo figures to be the fourth player to come to terms with the Lakers after the massive LeBron James announcement, following the one-year agreements with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Lance Stephenson and JaVale McGee. Which means they now have five players from last year's NBA All-Star Game on the same team that won last year's championship, and the one.

He is the best player in the world at the moment.

On Monday night, Wahlberg posted an Instagram photo of himself standing on a desk sans shirt and congratulating James on his new contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.

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The banner had become a staple of Cleveland after James returned to the city and led the Cavaliers to several National Basketball Association finals.

However, that's not all the outspoken patriarch of the Ball family had to say about James. But when the Oklahoma City Thunder traded for him a year ago, they missed their chance.

James played some of the best basketball of his career that he pushed the franchise to compete for an NBA title in each year of the last four years, which is more than anything fans could ask for from their star players.

"Lonzo makes everybody better, including (LeBron)", Ball said. "He's just got that special gift", Ball said. In any event, in an interview Tuesday with TMZ Sports, Ball was happy to explain his logic behind claiming that Golden State's addition of Demarcus "Boogie" Cousins hardly made it "a wrap" for this season's championship. "Anybody would enjoy playing with my boy, it's always been like that".

It's hilarious to watch so-called Lakers fans publicly pondering whether they can still support the team with James on board.

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