LeBron James is arguably the greatest player in the modern era, with three championships and four MVP awards, and he has the chance to improve those statistics with the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Lakers have gone through some major roster changes this offseason, including trading for the Pelicans’ Anthony Davis. The franchise has given away a lot for Davis but it may be what turns the team into a championship contender.
Many people believe that LeBron doesn’t have the same passion for winning that he had with the Cavaliers. New Orleans Pelicans General Manager, David Griffin, is one of those people who believes that he hasn’t got the same hunger anymore.
“I don’t think he’s the same animal anymore about winning,” Griffin told Sports Illustrated.
David Griffin knows the four-time MVP well from when he was the General Manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The “pressure to win” turned out to make Griffin miserable, that