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Former Lakers guard Mac McClung earned his first title last weekend in what many fans consider one of the best contests in years. The top-flight player launched some great tackles on his way to victory, finishing each contest with a try.
Unfortunately, this year's tournament followed the same trend as previous seasons, as we didn't see more stars compete. While names like Ja Morant, Anthony Edwards and Zion Williamson topped the list for fans, they were disappointed when the lineup fell through.
Another in-demand superstar in the tournament is none other than LeBron James. As one of the most talented players in the sport, he would have many tricks up his sleeve if he were to move up the ranks. We've never seen a king quibble and say he has "nothing to prove."
criticized Stephen A. , the popular ESPN commentator, became the four-time champion for winning last time out.
"There's a glitch in LeBron James' career, he ruined the dunk," Smith said. She said no, I wouldn't.
It was also believed that James would not participate to avoid injury and potential embarrassment. In the age of social media, when everything seems to be going well, the four-time MVP is ridiculed when he fails to meet fans' highest expectations.
Smith explains James' influence on his other NBA teammates and why he had such a negative impact on the Saturday Night event.
"What Did Patrick Beverly Say During His Bubble?" Smith said. He said we all follow LeBron James, who is proud to be a leader, proud to be an inspiration, proud to be a pioneer.
James turned 38 earlier this year and has suffered a number of injuries this season. So don't expect to see him in future NBA competitions. But Mak Maklung has already confirmed that he wants to return to defend his title.
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