LeBron James reveals one big regret about oldest son

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Shareef O'Neal knows it's hard following in his National Basketball Association superstar dad's footsteps. but says Bronny James is thriving under that same spotlight. sharing a touching message to LeBron's oldest son. Right on cue, E1T1 became embroiled in a tight game that required all of Zaire's big shots and a little luck at the buzzer to bull out.

The category of player Beasley is putting himself in is one full of goofballs and gunners.

Going into his 11th season, Beasley said he is not entering camp concerned about minutes or his role.

"I'm sitting there and I'm watching the game, and I feel my hands just start sweating, I feel my chest start sweating. It's the total opposite".

Beasley hasn't become the superstar many expected when he was the No. 2 pick by Miami in the 2008 draft, but he has fashioned a solid National Basketball Association career.

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Windy also offered up that he doesn't think the team, as is, looks like a roster that is ready to win in the playoffs.

"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", Beasley said. He hasn't been known as the kind of long-range sharpshooter with which the Cavaliers tried to surround James, but Beasley shot.403 on three-pointers over the previous two seasons and, anyway, the Lakers are trying to build a different team around their new superstar.

"I mean, showtime. That's Magic, you know?" So the chance to play for him, it's surreal.

"I thought it was the flawless decision, ideal move".

I won't be discussing him here, but the first to be signed was Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who seemed to be a packaged deal with his fellow Klutch Sports member, LeBron.