The Los Angeles Lakers sport one of the most talented watch lists in the NBA. But if you look at it now they are without two of their key players. The unavailability of Avery Bradley and Rajon Rondo’s unexpected injury has put the Lakers in a tricky position. As coach Vogel would look to fill in these places, a former teammate of LeBron James has raised his hand to enter the job.
When LeBron James joined the Miami Heat in 2010, he was the team’s new face. “The Heatles,” As they were known, formed the core of the team that went on to win back-to-back championships.
Mario Chalmers was a member of the Miami Heat 2008-1
Chalmers wants to reunite with LeBron James
Since the Lakers face injury all of a sudden, they have to deal with the players they have on the playing field. Team rotation will be a huge key now, as they are without primary players Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley.
A page with the name Top Ball Coverage, brilliantly captured Chalmers’ latest comment on B / R’s post. The post was posted on Twitter, where you can see Bleacher Report provides an update that Rondo will need to undergo surgery on his cracked thumb.
Chalmers quickly expressed his interest in the vacancy and wrote, “It sounds like @lakers needs another page … ..wait patiently and work.”
– Top Ball Coverage (@TopBallCoverage) July 13, 2020
The 34-year-old had played for Greece’s AEK Athens and even won the Greek Cup this year. But he is now a free agent. Chalmers, a two-time NBA champion momentarily wants to reunite with LeBron James by joining the Lakers.
Although the move is virtually impossible to happen, Chalmers just made fun because the Lakers have just lost point guard Rajon Rondo to injury. The NBA transaction window ended June 30, which means that the law cannot sign any substitutes.
The Lakers need to find a rotation pattern to replace Bradley and Rondo as they have acquired the services of Dion Waiters and JR Smith, who can serve as effective substitutes. These two would be crucial in helping the Lakers secure a shot at the title this season.