With training camp set to begin next month, NBA news comes thick and fast as rosters are being finalized by franchises. This summer had coaches being hired and fired, as well as players getting bumper new contracts.
This edition of the NBA news roundup features LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Patrick Beverley and others. The LA Lakers are the predominant franchise in this roundup as the 17-time champions look to bounce back after a horrendous 2021-22 campaign.
With that said, here are the latest news stories brought to you by Sportskeeda.
Arguably the greatest player of all time, Michael Jordan made scoring look easy amongst many other things. The 10-time scoring champion averaged 30.1 points in his career. But former player Jason Williams believes that Jordan would struggle to score that much in today’s game.
In an interview with Sports Illustrated‘s

Chris Ballard, LeBron James reiterated his intentions to play with his son, Bronny James, before retiring. The 37-year-old is coming into his 20th season, and Bronny will be eligible for the 2024 draft. The four-time champion acknowledged that his family doesn’t talk much about the future.
Another player who has been omnipresent in the NBA news roundup is Kyrie Irving. The Brooklyn Nets guard is all set to appear on the show “The Shop.” LeBron James is the executive producer of the series alongside Maverick Carter. This episode will feature Irving alongside Hollywood icons like Idris Elba and Drew Barrymore.

Latest LA Lakers acquisition Patrick Beverley is reported to be in contact with Russell Westbrook. The two will be teammates next season but have had a history of often finding themselves at the opposite ends of a log. However, Beverley took to Twitter to express his feelings and thoughts about such NBA news.
In other NBA news, four-time champion LeBron James is set to invest in European footballing giants AC Milan, alongside music mogul Drake. According to the Financial Times,

RedBird Capital is set to complete a takeover of the seven-time Champions League winners. The takeover will cost over a billion dollars. The four-time Finals MVP already has a stake in Liverpool F.C.


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