Nick Young, a former National Basketball Association champion, recently shared his opinions on Los Angeles Lakers player LeBron James.
James suggested that he step away from the part he's used to criticizing the figureheads of the Lakers.
Early in the season, the Los Angeles Lakers were faced with a precarious situation. The Purple and Gold have been one of the worst teams in the league with a 2-8 record and a three-game losing streak.
The Lakers have struggled to play as one solid team on both ends of the floor. However, the team's superstars are primarily responsible for the infractions.
LeBron James and Anthony Davis have failed to make their mark, whereas Russell Westbrook has proved himself to be a valuable bench player.
Davis hasn't accomplished the necessary steps to become the leader of the fame that makes him celebrated. LeBron James, who is giving himself everything in his 20-year career, however, appears incredibly constrained and undersized when playing.
Their play has been negatively impacted as a result of their dependence on their stars. This is especially the case with LeBron James, who is having one of his worst shooting slumps ever.
In this episode of No Chill with Nick Young at Gilbert Arenas, he addressed this concern. James' recent performance problems were addressed by Young when he stated: "I can only take James at face value."
I think he should refrain from shooting an average of 30. He’s shooting a great deal, ten threes every game. When LeBron becomes a three-point shooter? I know that he can’t go to the basket like he used to.
Let AD be MVP. LeBron isn't about to be MVP any more. Let AD be MVP.