Lakers Russell Westbrook is approaching training camp with a positive mindset, he indicated to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. “I need to just do my job. Whether I’m wanted or not doesn’t really matter,” Westbrook said, via Wojnarowski.
Russell Westbrook is confident about his NBA prospects moving forward, as he stated that he is not even close to being done. Russell Westbrook has had a rough time over the last year after the spectacular disaster that was his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Russell Westbrook is unbothered by rumors of the Los Angeles Lakers not wanting him on the team, he just wants to do his job. Playing in a big market team like the Los Angeles Lakers comes with its own pros and cons.
With Fabian White Jr. no longer numbering among your Los Angeles Lakers' training camp lineup, L.A. is reportedly circling two new small forward additions -- one a potential Exhibit 10 signing, the other a potentially more long-term piece.
Los Angeles Lakers' superstar LeBron James recently reacted to his first ever basket in the NBA when he debuted for the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2003. LeBron James is arguably one of the best players the NBA has ever seen.
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James is a generational athlete who had multiple avenues available to him growing up. James has built a Hall of Fame career in the NBA and is currently on a quest to bring another championship to the Lakers in Year 20, but in high school he also showed major promise as a football prospect.
The Lakers began their LeBron James-organized players-only minicamp Friday in San Diego, according to Dave McMenamin of ESPN. The training session has been in the works for several weeks, and per McMenamin, including every player on the roster except new point guard Dennis Schroder, who is still in the process of moving to Los Angeles.