Now that the Cleveland Cavaliers are in a 3-0 hole vs. the Golden State Warriors, the rumors about where LeBron James will play next season are about to heat up.
The latest report, published on Monday by The Big Lead, has James heading out west — to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Here is a breakdown of the rumor, per Bobby Burack of The Big Lead:
I’m a big fan of whatever’s working. Keep going with it until they make you change.
Sounds simple, but there’s a lot of prep work that goes into figuring out how to read pitchers and work hitters.
I’ll watch guys during the game whether I’m playing or not and I’m watching guys at home on video to see what’s working, what’s not working, Romine said. It’s my job. I’ve got to be ready to go in at any time. I don’t want to disrupt anything.
It may have been even more significant that Gronkowski, maybe the most difficult physical matchup in the NFL, was in a good space. Like Brady, he skipped OTAs. Unlike Brady, the all-world tight end spent part of the offseason contemplating whether he wanted to retire, given the wear and tear of so many injuries.
Gronk, admitting he needed time to allow his body to recover, seemed even fresher than Brady — complete with a couple of spectacular catches on deep routes, demonstrative swaggering and a lot of whooping that suggested just how much fun it was to be back in, well, Belichick’s camp.
The other significant noise came from Brady himself. He may have been with the group that took it on the chin from Belichick. But he could dish it out, too, wasting no time to exert his leadership.
It’s always loud out there with him,noted slot receiver Julian Edelman, back in the flow after a torn ACL wiped out his 2017 season. He’s an intimidating S.O.B.
He’s incredibly athletic. I believe that he’s incredibly talented, Zayat said. I do believe that he has the ability, speed, stamina.