Published: Fri, July 27, 2018
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Michael Beasley believes Lakers have bright future ahead with LeBron James

Michael Beasley believes Lakers have bright future ahead with LeBron James

Ever since the Lakers started signing veteran role players to surround LeBron James and fill out their roster, people have wondered about the chemistry of the group and how the personalities would mesh.

Now that James is back and Magic Johnson is at the team controls, there should be no mistaking the message this small re-design is sending: Showtime is back, the lights are brighter and we're here to win championships. "Anyone who has been in a real barbershop, like the ones where I grew up, knows why this show can be so incredible". He hasn't been known as the kind of long-range sharpshooter with which the Cavaliers tried to surround James, but Beasley shot.403 on three-pointers over the previous two seasons and, anyway, the Lakers are trying to build a different team around their new superstar. I thought it was the ideal decision, flawless move, did everything he was supposed to do in Cleveland. Beasley said. "A guy I dreamed of meeting my whole life. I was trying to keep my emotions professional, (but) I had to put the phone on mute once or twice".

Los Angeles has operated through free agency in an intriguing manner choosing to selectively add proven players such as Rajon Rondo, Lance Stephenson, JaVale McGee and now Beasley. He has been adamant in interviews that those issues are in his past.

Zaire was competing for Each 1 Teach 1, arguably the best travel basketball program in the country.

Last season for the New York Knicks, Beasley averaged 13.2 points and 5.6 rebounds while shooting 50.7 percent from the field and 39.5 percent from behind the 3-point arc. "Then it went from just sitting there. then it went from me sitting on the bench to me getting in an argument".

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