LeBron James this offseason took his talents to Los Angeles and joined the Los Angeles Lakers.
The million dollar question though is this enough to get past the Golden State Warriors?
“I don’t know,” Garnett told Robinson he would continue “I don’t know. I think we’re all going to see it and it’s going to be a learning lesson for the Lakers this year.”
The Lakers also added some other veterans this offseason such as Lance Stephenson, Michael Beasley, JaVale McGee, and Rajon Rondo. To go along with the young nucleus of Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, and Brandon Ingram.
Garnett thinks that they will get better as things go along.
“As they start, they will get better and better,” said KG.
This past season Kyle Kuzma was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team, but he was not satisfied with just receiving the prestige award. He has been seen working out with Future Hall of Famer and Laker legend Kobe Bryant working on footwork and other techniques to improve his game for this upcoming season.
But is that going to be enough to take down a Golden State Warriors, who just added another all-star in DeMarcus Cousins and win a championship?
According to KG per Robinson “They got the best player in the world,” Kevin Garnett said, referring to LeBron James. “His influence causes everyone else to be better.”