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Chris Broussard analyzes the Lakers and says Luke Walton is on the hot seat | NBA | UNDISPUTED


COMMENTS: 20

  • HEAT1996

    Rondo is not a leader. He wouldn't have bounced around to so many different teams if he were. Just because you are smart, or think you are smarter than the leader, and try to "take over" doesn't make you a leader. It actually makes you the opposite. Because a leader knows who to follow. He's been on teams who already have a suitable leader, and instead of just following the guy, Rondo clashes with him. That's not a leader, that's a liability.

  • Raging Savage

    So at what point does lebron get labeled a coach killer. Everywhere he goes the coach is the “problem”. Spoeltra would have been gone too if Pat Riley wasn’t the president of operations in Miami.

  • lucas maglio

    i think at this point the only coach who lebron would shut up and listen completely is pop. anyone else is a flip of the coin

  • Yumi Tokushige

    The coach should stay. What about operators or those who hunted and collected players to make the team? Haha I’m irresponsible for saying and having no side. Lakers must be a special team to many people and fans.

  • Dark Knight

    Lonzo cannot get into a flow with Walton's erratic substitution pattern. Walton hear's footsteps to his office as Magic is itching to pull the trigger. Rondo is the focus over Lonzo because Walton is trying to save his job. No knock on Rondo , whos playing well, but he is not the future of the team. You gotta play Lonzo more to see what you have as a future full time starter.

  • Dark Knight

    The media pushes hard for Lonzo to get traded to get at his father. If he gets traded , he becomes an all-star for another team.The kid can play.

  • Saul Cole

    The lakers starting five should be 1: Lonzo Ball 2:Josh Hart 3:Brandon Ingram 4:Lebron James 5:Tyson Chandler. 6thman Kyle Kuzma(this is the real issue)