Charles Barkley blames Anthony Davis for the Lakers’s shortcomings
NBA Hall of Fame Charles Barkley challenged LeBron James not to be the best player in the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Los Angeles Lakers We’re off to another horrific start to the season. Although they have faced each other Great teams like Golden State Warriors And the Los Angeles ClippersThey still look far from the final product.
Rob Pelinka did an awesome job In compiling this list, however, he was rewarded with a contract extension. But despite the poor team buildup, it somehow looks like their stars have performed poorly again.
For this Charles Barclay Challenge LeBron James To hold Anthony Davis accountable. Bear Chuck, LeBron shouldn’t have to put up with that much of a burden at this point in his career, and Davis should be the one to step up.
NBA news: Charles Barkley challenges LeBron James to go after Anthony Davis
“I must challenge LeBron. He must come after AD,” Barclay said. He must be like, ‘Oh man, I’m too old to carry this team. You must be the man.” When moving from Cream to Magic. LeBron at this point, is the greatest of this generation and the best ever. But at his age, we shouldn’t be asking a 38-year-old to be the best player on your team.”
“In any sport, a man of that age. Especially when you have Anthony Davis. 5 or 6 years ago, I thought Anthony Davis would be the best basketball player in the world,” Barkley continued. “I said this on one of our shows when he was still in New Orleans. He doesn’t mention it anymore.”
“If we talk about 5 men in the best player, we don’t talk about Anthony Davis like that anymore,” Judgment on Chuck. “At some point, LeBron doesn’t matter what you do in private. When you’re captain, you have to challenge the guys on your team. I’d like to see LeBron like ‘Hey man, I’m past my life.'” I still play good basketball. That’s part of being the man, you have to take that responsibility.”
Barclay is right here. Davis It was a strange sight in the stadium Since his arrival in Los Angeles. He’s been mostly dominant when he’s healthy, but doesn’t feel like he has what it takes to lead.
LeBron can’t win alone; no one can. And even the biggest LeBron James hater has to admit that he has exceeded all expectations for a 38-year-old playing at the highest level. So, when are you going up, m?