LeBron James clears up potential National Basketball Association ownership: ‘It’s more of an aspiration’

LeBron James clears up potential National Basketball Association ownership: ‘It’s more of an aspiration’

With rumors swirling surrounding the potential Anthony Davis trade, and the Lakers offering the majority of their young locker room in a trade for Davis, the team was reportedly on edge - which cumulated with a heated exchange between veteran players on the team and coach Luke Walton. It's more of an aspiration. "I know I got so much knowledge of the game that I don't want to, once I stop playing, I just [do not] want to get away from the game".

The 34-year-old has become one of the greatest players in National Basketball Association history, claiming the MVP award four times along with becoming National Basketball Association champion three times.

According to Forbes, James topped the list of the NBA's top earners - which factors in salaries, endorsements, appearances, royalties and media pacts - for a fifth straight year. It would have to be the right city.

While the attention James brought to Southern California is definitely a new challenge for numerous young players on the Lakers' roster, Kuzma said he welcomes the spotlight. "It's not like it's a dream of mine".

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"See if it happens. Because a lot of times we're out there and we have sad faces and very focused faces, but I think we're at our best when we're having fun". "I'd rather be talked about bad in L.A. than play in Orlando and not get talked about". "A ton more years to play this game and suit up and be in a Lakers uniform".

"We're a great group of guys, everybody gets along", Kuzma said, via the Orange County Register. "Hopefully I can sit up here and answer questions as a player for a long time".

Giannis Antetokounmpo, one of the two captains along with LeBron James, led all scorers with 38 points as his hand-picked squad scored a record-equaling 53 points in the first quarter and led 95-82 at halftime.

The run continued the trend of All-Star games becoming competitive late, and the hot shooting continued from both teams in the fourth as they combined to break the All-Star game record for 3-pointers with 56 halfway through the fourth quarter.

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