Danny Green Thinks Kawhi Was Only Seriously Considering 2 Teams

Danny Green Thinks Kawhi Was Only Seriously Considering 2 Teams

LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers guards Davis #23 of the New Orleans Pelicans during a 112-104 Lakers win at Staples Center in Los Angeles, Dec. 21, 2018. A person with knowledge of the situation said that the deal Leonard signed Wednesday is a three-year max that could be worth almost $110 million, though the third season is at Leonard's option. "And I think we did a great job of using that throughout the entire team".

"It played a big part because I know LeBron makes everybody better".

And that beast roared: The Lakers - with a pair of top-five players on the roster - will not necessarily be the heavy in the National Basketball Association next season. Green told Dave McMenamin of ESPN he had no clue where Leonard was going to sign, though he was pretty certain it wasn't going to be the Los Angeles Lakers.

"Me being a 26-year-old, I went straight to Instagram and started looking, that's when I saw it", he confirmed. However, the league would have allowed it if the team were able to work it out with Nike, the manufacturer of the jersey, sources said. Laker fans were heavily invested in the young players and were hoping to see them improve, develop before flourishing in the purple and gold.

"It wasn't very hard, man", Green said of his free agency decision.

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Previously, LeBron James revealed that he planned on giving his jersey number to new teammate Anthony Davis. Or perhaps this is a road from which we can never turn back, and after years of teams being in complete control, players have decided that's not going to fly anymore.

I believe the next generation of kids will grow up as I did. "I like every player that we have, from one through 14".

The six-time All-Star is entering the final year of his contract and while many think he will re-sign with the Lakers, Davis gave nothing away during his introductory news conference.

"We're excited to welcome one of the NBA's best frontcourt players in Al Horford to Philadelphia", 76ers general manager Elton Brand said.

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