They are hectic days and changes in the NBA. The deadline for the franchises to complete the relevant transfers or the respective changes in their facilities has already expired. Los Angeles Lakers from Lebron James hired Andre Drummond, who has been considered the best rebounder in the league for several years now. However, and according to Brian winhorst, chain specialist ESPN, the forward of the Angelina franchise is not satisfied and seeks to up the ante by thinking about the future: He wants to have Stephen Curry as a partner for the 2022-23 season!
“All Star Game weekend became the central place for players to recruit others. We saw what he (LeBron) did by tweeting about how exciting it was to share a team for the first time or what he did choosing him to play on his team.”, Expressed the analyst in the program The Jump.
It is worth noting that the base of the Golden state warriors he is spending his third-to-last year of contract with those of San Francisco, after putting your signature on a link that will give you 201 million dollars for five seasons.
Likewise, it is worth remembering the message that Los Angeles number 23 wrote to Curry on Twitter, after sharing a team in the All-Star Game, that Team LeBron beat Kevin Durant’s team by 170 – 150: “I was finally able to share the court with @ StephenCurry30! It took too long and I loved every second !! ”, reads the tweet from James, who also used the hashtag #TheBestShooterOfAllTime to talk about, in that game so far, his teammate.
Looking ahead, the franchise that wears gold and purple today has on its staff atstill only three players with a contract in force beyond the 2021-22 season, which is when the number 30 of the Warriors can transform into a free player. ANDLeBron himself, the giant Anthony Davis and Kyle Kuzma They are those who have the extended link with the organization that commands Jenny Buss.
While they wait for Davis to return to the track, after his grade two injury to his right ankle that has him going wrong, The Lakers are ranked fourth in the Western Conference, with 30 wins and 17 losses.
For his part, heThe news of those in San Francisco is not the most hopeful. They are in 10th position in the West, with a mark of 23-24 and is waiting for the return of Klay Thompson.