LeBron Reveals What College Coach He Wants His Son To Play For

LeBron Reveals What College Coach He Wants His Son To Play For

LeBron Reveals What College Coach He Wants His Son To Play For

"I got to be at 100 percent the way I play", Oladipo said at the team's shoot-around Thursday.

"Basically minutes, trying to make sure we don't overplay him and then also usage of the ball in his hands", Johnson told SiriusXM NBA Radio. We have a system that the ball moves around, a lot of pick-and-roll plays.

But James has been handling the ball more recently, especially with Rondo suffering a broken hand two weeks ago.

We haven't really seen James and Walton argue on the court much - at least not yet anyway - so it's too early to speculate about if this will have an impact on the Lakers head coach's job security going forward.

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"The scouts also have noticed that when James is running the point, he rarely looks toward the bench to receive playcalls from coach Luke Walton". He played in all 82 games last season for the Pacers in his second stint with the club, averaging 9.2 points.

James added nine rebounds and seven assists in his first game since scoring a season-low 14 points in the Lakers' embarrassing loss at Denver.

Perhaps feeling the effects of needing to expend more energy than what should have been necessary on the first night of a back-to-back, the Los Angeles Lakers got off to a sluggish start against the Dallas Mavericks but managed to turn the tide for a 114-103 comeback win. They have now won 10 of their past 14 games. But I'm available anytime we need a play to be made. "We look good one minute or two quarters and then we don't look good the next two quarters". I keep telling them I'm strong enough to play most minutes, but they won't listen to me, so, it's OK.

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