Listen: Lakers, Lebron And Magic Johnson discussed on The NBA Show
"So that is something concerning for Laker fans in a world without Magic Johnson in the front office. I wrote recently about the clippers that they are an organization with organizational, alignment, this Lakers. Franchise clearly has organizational scoliosis, from top to bottom from Jeanie Buss down to the coaching staff and going with their third choice behind Monty Williams, entire Lou with Frank Vogel. There's something awry with this front office, clearly, which as you said Magic Johnson. They're exposed, but it was sort of already known anyway. I mean people across the league of talking about how. Functional. This team is with magic and rob Pelinka sharing the power and now it's just Palinka and we'll see how things settled down, but ever since Magic's public resignation, it should have been nothing. But drama for the same it has not gotten better with magic out of the picture because he's still in the picture. And he's Pelinka said today he just talked to him the other day about the number four pick, he still talks genie buzz. He's still part of the Lakers franchise. The just doesn't have the title anymore day kid, get free agent, and it's going through another mediocre season next year and they can't get AD and they can't get free agents to sign there. We won't make it to February before LeBron says get me out of here, the twilight of my career in me and played amongst this mess. He came to LA for more than basketball, though. He came for family. He came for his boys to be in playing high school here. It's true. It's just a truth. He came in from. Live there. You know. You're, you're right. You're right. And, and that's that's where the intrigue is 'cause they can still live here. You're right. You know, his, his son will be in highschool soon. The he doesn't eat his data either every single day, and he won't their there because his traveling anyway, but LeBron didn't come here for more than basketball reasons. And I do think would the Lakers that even if this is another disappointing season for them. If they don't hit a home run free agency this summer. They"