Lakers head coach Frank Vogel reveals the one condition he believes that LeBron James and the Lakers have to meet to work next season
LeBron James and the Lakers now have themselves a superteam. And it is one that goes past their big three.
Speaking of the big three though, there have been a plethora of doubts surrounding their ability to work together on the court, and justifiably so.
After all, even if their combined star power is off the charts, the King, AD, and Russ are a bit too similar in one major thing. They like to do most of their dirty work on the inside. And let’s not forget, both Bron and the Brodie are both players that like the ball in their hands.
So, how can they succeed? Is the Lakeshow really doomed to fail during this upcoming season?
These are questions that the head coach of the franchise, Frank Vogel recently took the time to answer.
Let’s get into it.
“There is an element of sacrifice required”: Frank Vogel discusses what LeBron James and the crew need to succeed next season
The Lakers have already been criticized quite a bit by far too many in the NBA community, for how the team has been built. Under these conditions, it would only be reasonable for Frank Vogel to panic a little bit. But, not only has the Lakers head coach stayed calm through it all, he recently even answered some of the questions about the franchise in an interview.
Here is what he said, according to Matt Peralta of Lakers Nation.
“I think anytime you have three great players like this there is an element of sacrifice required and we’ve all talked about that and are all-in on that,”
He continued further.
“These three guys can do it all and what I love about our group… Bron, AD, and Russ is they’re all make-the-right-play players, you know what I mean. It’s not just about scoring or being a one-dimensional player. They can all do it all, so I’m most excited about seeing what the three of them on the court at the same time looks like.”
— Lakers Nation (@LakersNation) August 12, 2021
Frankly, this just makes sense.
At the end of the day, NBA Twitter has a habit of over exaggerating everything whether it be good or bad. And we suspect that after the upcoming season commences, all major worries about the team will instantly be quelled.