He said: "For there to even be a narrative of the personalities in this room is judgment enough for me, and I don't want to be a part of that."
In a sense Beasley is right. "He's one of the few guys that doesn't have to, but knows how to play the game the right way".
"Record-wise, the Clippers are still the team to beat", said Williams.
The category of player Beasley is putting himself in is one full of goofballs and gunners. "I'm here to play a team game and do as much winning as I can".
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"I'm not really here to beat anybody out of minutes, or play more than this guy", Beasley said, in a demonstration of a mature outlook. Beasley's 6-foot-9 ranginess and versatility fit the stated desire of Lakers boss Magic Johnson for resourceful, multitalented veterans rather than role players.
At least we know the Lakers will be entertaining to follow.
After leading the Cavaliers to the NBA Finals last season, James opted out of Cleveland to sign a four-year, $154million deal with the Lakers.
Since then, the Lakers have also inked a motley crew of free agents, including most recent signing Michael Beasley. "I was trying to keep my emotions professional, (but) I had to put the phone on mute once or twice". "The only thing I can do is give them the blueprint and it's up to them to take their own course". I think he did a good job of giving different chapters. The Lakers may have a promising young core of Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, and Kyle Kuzma, but all of them don't have a championship experience and are yet to play in the NBA Playoffs. "And we know with social media and text being the way people communicate, the form of conversation, actually talking, is kind of lost art".