Iconic LeBron James banner coming down in Cleveland

Iconic LeBron James banner coming down in Cleveland

According to reports, free-agent big man DeMarcus Cousins reached a one-year deal with the Warriors for $5.3 million.

ESPN's Brian Windhorst and Ramona Shelburne provided an in-depth look at how Magic Johnson and the Lakers' front office landed James, and apparently they pitched the 33-year-old on the idea of changing the way he plays.

The addition of James is expected to be a franchise-altering move for the Lakers, who won just 35 games last season and have missed the National Basketball Association playoffs in each of the past five years.

"King James" brought his hometown a championship back in 2016 after promising to do so when he returned to the Cavs in 2014. Through scheduling meetings and signing key pieces to surround new superstar LeBron James, the Laker legend is showing he means business.

However, that's not all the outspoken patriarch of the Ball family had to say about James. As it stands, Lonzo Ball is arguably a more competent lead guard as he is bigger, a better defender (by far), a gifted passer and, while he is an inconsistent shooter, he normally draws more defensive pressure from distance than Rondo. "He's just got that special gift", Ball said. But when the Oklahoma City Thunder traded for him previous year, they missed their chance.

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Paul George twisted the knife for Lakers fans Tuesday, confirming that he did want to play for Lakers before being traded to the Thunder.

"Lonzo's not 6-1 or 6-2 like Kyrie". Lonzo's not ball-dominant, where he's just dribbling the ball while you're watching him try to do a crossover and make a layup down the lane. While he finished with a decent 10.2 points, 7.0 rebounds and 7.3 assists per game, he struggled with injury a lot while also going through bad patches of form.

Given the Golden State Warriors' addition of DeMarcus Cousins to what was already a ludicrously loaded roster, a championship seems logically out of reach for anybody else in the National Basketball Association.

Given Durant plays for the best team in the league and has won the title in the last two years, his decision to remain with Golden State is perfectly understandable-particularly as he could still hit free agency next season after signing a new deal.

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