LeBron: Lakers face 'critical' offseason

LeBron: Lakers face 'critical' offseason

LeBron: Lakers face 'critical' offseason

"I'm sure it's a different experience for him, for better or worse", Curry said, via ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk. According to Howard Beck of the Bleacher Report, James plans to be very involved in the offseason for the team while also wanting to compete from a personal perspective.

With at one point being a serious threat in the highly competitive West, it's only human to wonder what the team could've done had they been at full strength for the majority of the 2018-19 campaign. "But I will be as active as I need to be for this franchise to get better". And obviously, we need to get better, as far as our personnel.

James, who joined the Lakers a year ago in a blockbuster move, meanwhile acknowledged that the clock was ticking if he wants to add to his collection of National Basketball Association titles in the twilight of his career.

While the Lakers now turn their attention to what is set to be free agency circus in the off-season, with a host of All-Star talent available, including Curry's teammates Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson, along with Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler, Kemba Walker, Tobias Harris, Khris Middleton and Kyrie Irving. "So I'll be as active as I need to be for us to get better and go from there". Walton said it's not been decided whether Kuzma will sit out the last three games of the season.

On Wednesday, Lakers owner Jeannie Buss refused to address Walton's future when asked whether he would remain.

Rondo recently admitted that he'd love to return to the team if the organization was interested.

Walton has seemingly been on the hot seat ever since things started to go wrong for the Lakers following LeBron James' groin injury on Christmas Day. "Obviously, the (Lakers) franchise is going to live forever". With James getting deeper into his career, it's likely that he'll be even hungrier to have postseason success next season.

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