Lakers should trade LeBron James or Anthony Davis, per Jay Williams
Los Angeles Lakers 0-3 to start the season. Therefore, Jay Williams believes that no player should miss the table in trade talks.
And while Westbrook isn’t the only problem with the team, He shoots 8% from behind the bow definitely not helping his cause. However, it’s hard to blame one person when the entire list is so poorly constructed.
For this NBA Analyst Jay Williams He believes that no one should be off the table in business discussions. He recently claimed that they should consider the commercial market for everyone, including LeBron James And Anthony Davis.
NBA news: Jay Williams says Lakers should consider trading Anthony Davis and LeBron James
“I pulled articles in 2019, do you know what some of those articles said when Anthony Davis traded with the Lakers?” These are the bets the Lakers have made in the history of the organization.Now that puts you in the same category as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, Pau Gasol,“ said Williams on SiriusXM.
“I remember thinking to myself back in 2019, damn this is unbelievable,” Williams added. “When LeBron gets older, AD will be that guy who will carry the torch for them. And people were saying the five best players in the league. When was the last time we mentioned Anthony Davis in an MVP conversation? … So I’m looking at this whole organization saying I’m sorry, you’re talking about maintaining the success of the franchise, if we really want to get excited about this, everyone should be at the table. What can I get for LeBron James? What can I get for Anthony Davis? What can I get for Russell Westbrook? We are thinking about the future…”
Of course, LeBron’s trading odds close to zero. But he got the point right with M. If anything, it’s been MIA often, and its durability issues aren’t going away anytime soon.
This season was tough in Los Angeles, but it was only three games. still, Rob Pelinka He should not sleep on his laurels and should be overly aggressive to try to fix the mess he has put the organization into.