Recently, the Los Angeles Lakers missed out on their top head coaching choice, Dan Hurley. ICYMI, the two-time NCAA champion, just declined a six-year, $70 million offer to coach the Lake Show and stay with UConn. 


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Of course, the critics have to tie this to LeBron James, as they always need a way to talk about him. The arguable GOAT became the focal point of multiple debates. 

Some naysayers suggested that the four-time NBA champion “doesn’t wanna win anymore.”

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In typical vocal fashion, LeBron responded to this nonsensical claim on social media. He addressed the doubts about his commitment to winning.

Meanwhile, the Lakers continue their search for a head coach who can secure immediate success and build for the future, a balance necessary given James’ remaining years in his storied career.

The 39-year-old James aims to contend for another title next season, making this offseason crucial for the Lakers as they seek a coach capable of maximizing James’ championship window while preparing the team for the long term.

Our bet is on JJ Redick. But that’s just a guess, ha!