Nick Wright confirmed: Lakers’ trio is 100% better than the Suns’ trio of stars

The NBA summer has already started to look like an arms race, and it’s not even July yet.

This month, the Phoenix Suns shocked the league by moving Chris Paul, Landry Shamet, and a draft pick for Bradley Beal, a three-time All-Star guard. It’s a risky move because they’ll no longer have depth or a floor general, but it could pay off.

LeBron James and Anthony Davis may be the best superstar duo in the game, but the Los Angeles Lakers don’t really have a Big 3.

Still, Nick Wright thinks that James, Davis, and Austin Reaves are better than Beal, Kevin Durant, and Devin Booker for the Suns (via Lakers Daily). The biggest questions about the Suns’ new trio of stars are how they will work together on offense and what they will bring to the defense.

James, Davis, and Reaves, on the other hand, seemed to work well together this summer, since they can all play well on or off the ball. Also, Davis is a giant on defense and on the boards, which helps make up for the fαct that Reaves and James aren’t as good at defense.

Lakers News: When Dennis Schröder Will Choose His Next Free Agent Destination

Dennis Schroder, the point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers, is in a position that he should be used to after 10 years in the NBA. He can leave the team this week.

Schroder will be able to switch teams for the fifth time in the last seven years because he will be a free agent.

Schroder says in a YouTube video that he hopes to sign a contract with a team by July 4th.

Schroder just finished a season in which he averaged 12.6, 4.5, and 0.8 steals per game.

The point guard is most likely to stay with the Lakers. After D’Angelo Russell had a hard time in the playoffs, Schroder took over as the starting point guard.

In the film of his house in Los Angeles, the 6’3″ vet said he wanted to stay there.

“If we stay here, the transition will be easier,” Schroder said in German.

The 4th of July, which is Schroder’s deadline, is a famous day for many basketball players to decide where they will play the next season.

The most important 4th of July decision was made in 2016, when Kevin Durant said he was leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder to join the 73-9 Golden State Warriors. Durant and his team had just lost to the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, which put the Warriors in the NBA Finals for the second year in a row.

Schroder will give the team that signs him a reliable guard who can score just as well as he can pass the ball.