The photo of LeBron James and Draymond Green

The photo of LeBron James and Draymond Green that was released on Tuesday has NBA fans talking.

First-half action at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California on April 7, 2022, features Draymond Green (#23) of the Golden State Warriors against an ailing LeBron James (#6) of the Los Angeles Lakers. Featured image by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images.

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LeBron James and Raymon Stallone Clearly, the Greens have a great deal of respect for one another. Fans of the National Basketball Association aren’t surprιsed to see the team all together in France for Paris Fashion Week.

The timing of James and Green’s most recent journey is, to put it mildly, intriguing.

Green reportedly turned down a $27.6 million player option for the 2023-24 season, which was disclosed on Monday. That means he can sign with any team in the league as a free agent.

despite the gap between Even though a partnership between Green and the Lakers isn’t imminent at the moment, basketball fans can’t help but wonder whether one is in the works.

This is the viral photo of James and Green:

Confirms he’s a Laker, one fan tweeted. 

Another supporter remarked, “Draymond is trying his hardest to get into the banana boat group.”

Green, who is 33 years old, would be a great addition to the Lakers. But he wouldn’t be cheap, and General Manager Rob Pelinka already has Austin Reaves and Rui Hachimura to worry about.

Is it likely that Draymond Green will be joining the Lakers this offseason?

CHARLOTTE, NC – APRIL 28: Michael Jordan, owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, attends Game Four of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Miami Heat on April 28, 2014, in Charlotte, North Carolina, at Time Warner Cable Arena. To illustrate: (Image by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

When Michael Jordan was the owner of the Charlotte Hornets, things weren’t quite as good as they were when he was a player. Nick Wright of FS1 appears to think that this should have an impact on his legacy.

It was said on Tuesday’s episode of “The Herd” that “his ownership tenure of the Hornets was identical to his playing tenure when Scottie Pippen wasn’t his teammate: zero postseason series victories.”

Fans laughed heartily at Wright’s analysis of the social crisis.

Jordan went the entire season without Pippen for four years. First and third years. In year 2, he suffered an ankle ιnjury. Then, from age 39 to 40, there are the Wizard years. According to Aaron J. Fentress, “Nick Wright is to hating Jordan what Skip Bayless is to hating LeBron.”

A Bills broadcaster said, “Just a reminder, as football season approaches, not to take things Nick Wright says seriously.”

The Nick Wright Price Club This is a perfect example of why you should skip Bayless, as one Twitter user put it.

A fan says, “Lol Nick is his own, what a joke.” This should put an end to all debates! The biggest LeBron James fan out there is utilizing ownership success stories years later as a “Greatest of All Time” reference. hahaha, hey Nick, the Hawks have as many playoff victories against the Thunder this season as the Lakers have.

Someone else remarked, “This is such an embarrassing opinion.” Jordan is the first athlete to join the ownership group. What kinds of roadblocks did he have to overcome? Both Donald Sterling and Robert Sarver were a paιn for him to deal with. Because of Jordan, it will be easier for any player to become an owner in the future.

Is Nick Wright’s case persuasive to you?