What's up, everybody? It's pat here.
E with yard barker and today of wondering why on earth which Paul it's forcing the Lakers to sign.
Contagious Caldwell Pope, one of Paul's lesser clients in a replacement level player at best, toe outrageous contracts every summer as some sort of tax for getting LeBron an 80 to L. A.
Why am I so far up about this? Because the Lakers are freaking good this year, but they're still on impact.
Guard away from being insane levels the Clippers in the 70 Sixers.
Yet instead of signing a garlic Derrick Rose or Rodney Hood or Garrett Temple this summer, all of whom are making less money than KCP, they had to pay KCP $8 million who in return is playing crappy defense and shooting under 40% from the field On mostly wide open shots outside of KCP, however, the Lakers been rock solid since their opening night lost to the Clippers.
There were five and one and have the top record in the Western Conference.
They also have the number one rated defense in the league, Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard, or protecting the room like Mon stars in our first and fifth in the league and block shots.
Hell, Frank Floegel even has LeBron closing out on shooters and drawing helps side charges on defense.
When's the last time someone do that in the regular season? And while I don't want to overreact to the fifth game of the regular season, but that the forms LeBron had against the Mavericks last Friday was an important one, Luca Don Check was on the verge of showing up the Lakers on national TV, and LeBron dialed up the intensity and aggression in a way we haven't seen since his performance in the 2018 playoffs with the Cavaliers and lead their Lakers to a comeback victory in overtime with Kyla Guzman The MEND.
The Lakers were stacked in the front court and on wings.
They just need some help at the guard rotation to be a truth title contender.
Which brings us back to KCP.
You better pick his game up soon, or else it's gonna be an awkward clutch sports holiday party this winter.
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