Down 1-0 to the Portland Trail Blazers, the Lakers will need these three playmakers to step up in Game 2 if they hope to even the score.Showtime Subs: Three Lakers Who Need to Step Up in Game 2 Against the Blazers
(Sitting LeBron James) gives the young guys the opportunity to show they can finish a season professionally and be a part of the expected Lakers re-tool for the rest of LeBron’s contract.
So, why were the New Orleans Pelicans ripped for essentially attempting to do the same thing?LeBron’s “Cool-Down” Is An NBA Double Standard
We operate within constraints at all times. There is a finite amount of space in one’s stomach when eating. There’s a finite amount of space in one’s closet for clothes. And there’s a finite amount of players NBA teams can have on its roster based on the finite salary cap. No one’s capacity is unlimited.Back to the NBA Journey, Week Sixteen: Inventory Management