Only one night!James revealed retirement time, the lakers internal contradictions intensified, Zhan Mei broke up as a foregone conclusion


Beijing time on February 21, the NBA All-Star Game is in full swing.Of course, in the stars of the cheerful, the team is also in the nervous step by step operation.James, the son of Akron, also talked a lot about returning to the Cavaliers.In an interview with Veteran Cleveland sportswriter Jason Lloyd about his final season, James said, “In my last season, I’m going to be playing with Brownie.Wherever Brownie plays, that’s where I’ll be.I would do anything to play with my son for one season.It won’t be about money.”It’s worth noting that Browne, James’ oldest son, was born in October 2004 and currently plays for his high school team with two years remaining before becoming eligible for the NBA draft in 2024.Unless something changes, we could see the father and son team up in the NBA as early as 2024.With his form declining in the twilight of his career, and the Lakers’ record inconsistent, James has one more season left on his contract with the Lakers before becoming an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2023.Whether he will choose to join the same team as his son remains to be seen.But I have to say that lebron’s time in the league is getting shorter and shorter, and we as fans should cherish it.In addition, the situation inside the Lakers is a little bad.According to Bleacher Report’s Eric Pincus, Klutch Sports is “unhappy” with Lakers GENERAL manager Rob Pelinka: “Klutch has been unhappy with Pelinka for a long time, according to multiple league sources.But it reached a boiling point recently when Pelinka refused to trade Russell Westbrook and a future first-round pick for Rockets guard John Wall, one of Klutch’s clients.”ESPN lakers reporter Dave McMenamin also revealed that the team didn’t move at the trade deadline after consulting with lebron James and Anthony Davis and that “I believe we’re on the same page.”James and Davis did not agree in advance to a quiet trade deadline, a source with knowledge of the situation told ESPN.In fact, a few days before the deadline, sources told ESPN that there was a realization within the Lakers’ locker room that the roster wasn’t working and that changes would be necessary to make the team a championship contender.At the very least, the locker room is no longer as harmonious as it once was, and the potential for those players to become the lakers’ “time bombs” at any time makes championship contention impossible.Notably, James told local reporters in Cleveland after all-star practice that “the door is not closed” for him to return to the Cavs again.”Lebron James makes it clear he’s One foot out of the Lakers,” read the headline on Lakers news site SSR.Harrison Faigen, the Lakers reporter who wrote the retweet, retweeted his story and commented, “The lebron + Lakers era is coming to an end.At this point, it’s a matter of ‘when,’ not ‘if.'”Many basketball commentators believe James will leave the Lakers at the end of his contract, as the lakers’ management inaction has infuriated the veteran, and the breakup is almost a foregone conclusion.

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