Do you think Lebron will stick with the Lakers & try to persuade them to draft Bronny?
Yeah. Well this is, this is a crazy question to me. I think that you know Lebron James is, is The best player in basketball to this day. Um I think that Lebron James Will always be a Laker no matter what, At least to end his career. I don't see him really stepping in and kind of being like a lavar ball really dictating where Brandi goes in the NBA. I think he's going to be a parent over kind of a um an agent. So I don't, I don't really know. I don't really see this question. Yeah, it's interesting because what do you think I had another guest on and we talked about this question. It's been trending for a few days now. And What do you think the reason he signed up for your contract? Like that was widely considered an unusual duration? And it just so happens that it matches up with brawny declaring potentially for the NBA. I mean, do you just think that's a happy coincidence? Do you think that maybe it's just creating space in case he wants to do it? But the odds are so low, like What do you make of that? Yeah. So I think that, I don't know this is this is just a tough one just because Lebron James signed a four year contract because he wanted to be in L. A. He wanted to be out West. He's never been out west in his career, So he really just wanted to be there. He wanted to pair up with it with Anthony Davis. But I think that Well Brian James will stick with Los Angeles No matter what, because he has Anthony Davis for a good four more years of, I'm not mistaken. um well Brian Anthony Davis have proven that they are Arguably one of the best um to to people teams in basketball. So I think that Lebron James is just Going to end his career there. Yeah, I mean, I I think I like the my brain says you're right, my heart says you're wrong, but you know, I trust my brain more than just my heart. Um but yeah, it's such a yeah, I believe lebron could have signed a much, you know, probably a 66 year deal. I'm trying to remember my my Contract stuff and obviously had been signing one at one. So it's just kind of weird that, you know, he kind of picked this in between number and so that does give me pause that he has done unique things in his career, like leaving Cleveland, going to Miami forming the Big three and then obviously all the recruiting, he's to hunt the Lakers and whatnot. That like it would, if someone were to do this, It wouldn't surprise me if it were Lebron and I think maybe that's where I leave that kind of 10-20% range of like, maybe that's what this is all about. And as a, as a parent and as a father myself, like man, what a, what a unique opportunity that is a truly, once in a lifetime, once in a generational opportunity that they have a shot at that it makes sense to me. At least leave the window potentially open even if you don't decide to open it. Well, it's happened in sports before too. It's happened with ken Griffey Jr and ken Griffey sr they played together on the Seattle Mariners and stuff. So it is definitely a cool concept. But I think Lebron James is different than Michael Jordan in the way that Michael Jordan didn't really need Players around him as much. He needed Pippen, you needed Rodman. But Uh, Lebron James really just needs players around him. He needs to have that, like you said, Big 3 around him. Absolutely