Magic undersstands “diss track” feuds are bad for the LeBron business
Colin was critical of the ongoing “diss track” feud between Laker teammates Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma, and thought the perception of immaturity could be a turn off in L.A.’s effort to land LeBron James. While many on social media said Colin was overreacting by connecting the dots, it appears Magic Johnson agrees with him.
Reports say that Kuzma and Ball have been told by the organization to squash their diss track feud while the Lakers pursue James. Colin thinks it’s a smart move by Magic who is attempting to sell LeBron that the Lakers as a first class organization, not a romper room full of immature teammates he has to babysit.
Sixers Markelle Fultz pick could the worst in a decade
On the tail of former Bryan Colangelo resigning as GM of the Sixers following a bizarre Twitter burner account scandal, a report has leaked out that Colangelo overruled other Philly execs in order to draft Markelle Fultz with the first overall pick in last year’s NBA Draft.
Beyond just being a flop on the court, the Fultz pick could also indirectly cost Philly a chance to land LeBron James. Colin thinks if Philly had drafted Tatum, who looks like future star in Boston, the roster would be impossible for James to pass up, and would be set up to dominate the East and contend for titles. Instead they have Markelle Fultz and are on the outside looking in for LeBron.
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Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Insider is in-studio on Magic addressing the diss track battle; and if any team can challenge the Lakers to land him.
Bucky Brooks – NFL Network Analyst is in-studio to discuss Baker Mayfield being named the back up behind Tyrod Taylor in Cleveland.
Jason McIntyre – Founder of The Big Lead is in-studio talking LeBron rumors, and Lakers diss tracks.
Landon Donovan – Former USMNT star talks World Cup; and if the U.S. will be able to seriously contend as the host of the 2026 cup.