Lakers forward LeBron James has expressed dissatisfaction with the fact that the start of the season for school teams in California has been postponed until at least January.
“I’m trying to figure out how it is that California varsity teams are playing, the pros are starting soon, but the schools aren’t playing,” James tweeted.
Due to a restriction due to the pandemic, James Bronny’s eldest son and his Sierra Canyon team will not be able to play matches anytime soon.
Russell Westbrook explains why he decided to take number 4 in Washington
Wizards point guard Russell Westbrook explained why, after moving to a new team, he decided to give up number zero and take 4th.
“I had the opportunity to take number zero again, but I decided to return to the four with which it all began.
This is my favorite number. He reminds me of a family in which there are four people besides me. That’s what I play for, ”Westbrook said.
Under No. 4, Westbrook played for the school team.
John Wall: “After the exchange, I told Bill that Washington is now his club.”
Point guard John Wall revealed what he said to ex-teammate Bradley Beale after the exchange from Washington to Houston.
“When we said goodbye after my exchange, I said to Bill:“ This is your club. Come on, be the first person in this club, ”Wall said.
Wall played the last match for today on December 26, 2018. He did not play due to two serious injuries.
Stan Van Gundy: “Zion passed the fitness test with ease”
Pelicans head coach Stan Van Gundy said he was pleased with forward Zion Williamson’s condition at the start of training camp.
“Williamson works in training without restrictions. It’s good.
Zion passed the physical fitness test with ease, which included a 3-minute run across the court. He and Nikil Alexander-Walker did the best.
Williamson tries very hard in training, like everyone else. So far, everything is going well, ”said Van Gundy.