The Los Angeles Lakers would reportedly be willing to select LeBron James’ son, Brownie, in the rookie draft.

The Athletic reported on Friday (Feb. 15) that LeBron James would be willing to consider selecting Brown in this year’s rookie draft.

James has previously said that he would play for the team that selects Brown to play alongside his son.

James has not yet decided whether he will exercise his $51.4 million player option for the 2024-2025 season or enter free agency. If the Lakers do indeed draft Brown, 온라인카지노 James will likely exercise his player option.

There’s only one reason the Lakers would want to draft Browney: to keep James around.

James is 40 years old and still playing like a younger player, and they need him to win a championship.

The problem is that the Lakers aren’t the only team looking to acquire James, with the Golden State Warriors owner reportedly asking the Lakers if they’d be willing to trade him. The Philadelphia 76ers have also reportedly made the same inquiry.

They would likely select Brown in the draft to acquire James.

The Lakers, however, will not have a first-round pick available in this year’s draft. They gave their 2025 first-round pick to the New Orleans Pelicans when they acquired Anthony Davis. Instead, they have two second-round picks.

Since they don’t have a first-round pick, there’s a good chance they’ll lose Brown to another team.

However, it’s doubtful that teams interested in James, such as Golden State and Philadelphia, will actually select him in the draft.

His skills aren’t good enough to warrant a first-round pick. He’s averaging just under five points per game for USC this season.

It’s also unclear if he’ll even declare for the draft. He could play another year or two in college.

In the end, James’ future will depend on what Brown decides to do.

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