Covid-19 and BLM protests have watered down the NBA restart. The NBA has lost its relevance. And yet, Lakers-Clippers is intriguing and worth the hype it will receive on opening night.
In a withering panorama of violence from city to city, and across the country, LeBron James dared to ask “Why doesn’t American Love Us”
Paul George was a question mark in the month of March. He was all banged up. If NBA games resume, George will be 100% healthy. The Clippers will be the title favorite.
If the Lakers win a title this year, LeBron James will be the greatest of all time, having to lead a grieving and sad organization.
LeBron is going to cement his legacy when he becomes the 3rd All-Time leading scorer dropping Kobe Bryant to 4th. LeBron will have lived up to all the hype and surpassed the lofty expectations that imagined he would be the best ever. That prediction is close.
LeBron’s dominance the past decade has been thrilling to behold. No other athlete, not even Steph Curry, has been able to achieve what LeBron has achieved in multiple facets.
LeBron James has a lot of making up to do to Los Angeles fans who have seen the mediocre LeBron a little too often
LeBron called Daryl Morey “misinformed.” It put him in the China camp in this pick a side scrum: China or Hong Kong protestors. Money, or freedom. Communism, or democracy.
The Warriors have dominated the Lakers the past few years but when Kevin Durant left for Brooklyn and Anthony Davis was traded to L.A., the California rivalry was forever changed.
Kevin Durant is the anti-LeBron James