LeBron James was ready to give new Lakers teammate Anthony Davis his cherished No. 23 for the upcoming season as a "Welcome to Los Angeles" present. On Wednesday, the same day that a trade for Paul George was completed, came the confirmation that Leonard, the NBA Finals' Most Valuable Player, has signed a three-year, US$103 million (S$139.5 million) maximum contract.
"I had brief conversations with them after it, they think they got lucky with it", Green said.
Coming off an injury in 2017, Kawhi played only 60 games this past season in order to prevent further injury.
"I think all of it was a shock to me", Green said on a conference call with reporters Thursday.
Los Angeles will look to Davis to reach the postseason for the first time since 2013. "I had no idea where he was going", Green said, according to TSN.
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"Our stance from the very beginning was we very much love this partnership with Kawhi and we are here to support him in any decision that me makes", Cassidy added.
When it seemed the Miami Heat's big three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh would win every title for the next decade whose huge hands blocked out the sun and restored order to the National Basketball Association? The Pelicans went 27-21 when their starting frontcourt was healthy, ultimately making it to the second round of the playoffs, where they were defeated by the eventual champion Warriors.
"I think it'll be a lot of fun", he said. "As you guys know there are certain league-mandated rules that we have to follow around, but he's been nothing but supportive and excited about the roster and the team and the players that we have". "I like every player that we have, from one through 14".
Davis was asked about load management, and he dismissed it: "I'm playing".
The Lakers have retired the following numbers: 8, Kobe Bryant; 13, Wilt Chamberlain; 22, Elgin Baylor; 24, Kobe Bryant; 25, Gail Goodrich; 32, Magic Johnson; 33, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; 34, Shaquille O'Neal; 42, James Worthy; 44, Jerry West; and 52, Jamaal Wilkes.