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NBA world spins after Lakers owner’s mysterious tweet

On Sunday night, Jeanie Buss, the Lakers’ governor, sent a mysterious statement on Twitter. Was it the fans, the team, or LeBron James? The intended recipient of this is unclear, but the only thing we can be certain of is that she misses Kobe Bryant. She referred to the late Kobe Bryant, a legendary player for the Los Angeles Lakers who died in a helicopter crash in January 2020, by writing, “I miss KB.”

“He would comprehend and clarify everything I’m not permitted to. He was, very simply, the best Laker to ever play. He recognized the value of the team over the individual. Meaning that if you prioritized team goals over your own, you would reap the rewards, and everything else would fall into place. Anyone may respond.” But it’s unclear exactly who she wants a respond from. LeBron James, who will be a free agency after this season, might be the target. Maybe it’s a warning to Russell Westbrook, the highest paid player and next free agency, who after playing in the NBA for 14 seasons still has trouble making jump shots regularly. Some journalists even believe that this is a coded invitation to Kyrie Irving.

 

Written by Eren Kilic

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