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LeBron James Reportedly Agrees To Run Offense Through Anthony Davis Next Season

LeBron James is ready to do whatever it takes to win.

LeBron met with neW Lakers head coach Darvin Ham and GM Rob Pelinka earlier this week and reiterated what he wanted from the team if he were to sign an extension.

Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports reports.


James, sources said, drilled home the importance of consistent competitiveness and cohesion, noting that last season’s team didn’t give themselves a chance on many nights. The focus for the future Hall of Famer is competing every night in order to give themselves a chance to compete for a championship.

Ham told LeBron that he promised to hold players accountable but asked that the offense be run through Anthony Davis. Both LeBron and Ham seem to be in agreement in all points brought out.

Ham agreed with James and reiterated that his main objectives are to hold everyone accountable and foster an atmosphere of selflessness, sources said. He voiced that defensive tenacity needs to be picked up all across the roster and also forewarned that players would have to play new roles and if he sensed reluctance, he wouldn’t hesitate to remove them from the game, sources said.

Furthermore, the first-year head coach said one wrinkle he will implement and stick with is having the offense run through Anthony Davis, and James concurred, sources said. The team has been encouraged with Davis’ offseason progression and believe he’ll be in optimum shape to avoid serious injuries and carry a heavier load