"He has so many fanboys in the media".
"Which, I think, he deserves way more credit for switching his game". "Kawhi enjoys having the ball in his hands, controlling the offense, dictating the tempo with his post-ups; it's how he plays the game".
The source said it's something Rich Paul - agent to LeBron James and, as of January 2016, John Wall - was orchestrating.
It was just last summer when John Wall signed an extension with the Wizards that will pay him a total $207 million through 2023.
Durant is also considered to be among the future free agents that could sign with the Lakers. I'm like, we're playing basketball here, and it's not even about basketball at certain points. Especially when the attention is bullsh- attention, fluff. "Just get out of the way and let us play basketball". And that's not going to stop the conversation about it.
More broadly, they've provided a glimpse - foggy and fleeting and full of small sample size as it might be - as to what the team might look like this spring and into the playoffs, if everything goes according to plan. "You can never try to make up your mind and know what you're going to do in that time".
James has occasionally made life hard for coaches - there are already rumblings he ignores Luke Walton's play calls - but the Lakers coach came to James' defense and told ESPN that he is an "incredible teammate".
"He puts a lot of pressure on you, but he takes a lot of pressure off of you, too", Lowry said. He's earned that, but he's human. Ariza said. "I can see why they would want to play elsewhere". So I don't really. Again, I haven't read the article so I can't comment on that, but what you're asking me, to me the question is, why would you not want to play with LeBron? "He's a victor and he's an incredible player and he's unselfish", he said.