Chris Broussard claims LeBron James will not win another title unless Los Angeles Lakers sign Kyrie Irving

Chris Broussard who is an analyst at Fox Sports has expressed an unusual perspective on LeBron James in recent times. The co-host of First Things First show stated that he doesn’t expect LeBron James is winning the NBA title.

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Chris Broussard who is an analyst at Fox Sports has expressed an unusual perspective on LeBron James in recent times. The co-host of First Things First show stated that he doesn’t expect LeBron James is winning the NBA title.

Broussard questioned the Los Angeles Lakers current performance and stated that the team needs another superstar to stand besides LeBron. When asked about the Lakers' forward earning another title, the commentator answered, "I don't think he will." 

Justifying his decision to have Kyrie Irving as a third star in the team he stated, “This is the one way I think he could win another championship. And this won’t happen because this team is playing well. If they somehow were able to get Kyrie Irving.” "And you're referring to AD, LeBron, and Kyrie. Kyrie knows how to play alongside LeBron. He will defer to LeBron. Respects LeBron. I believe they would be able to win the title." (Source: Lakersdaily)

Both players have success in the past

Both LeBron and Kyrie Irving have a successful history of winning together. They won the NBA title in 2016 against the Cleveland Cavaliers. If again Kyrie Irving joins Los Angeles Lakers their team-up could help the team to bring success.

However, Kyrie Irving is doing well for the Dallas Mavericks as he is scoring a lot of points which results in winning games. His game shows he makes an impact on the team. On the other side, despite LeBron James excellent performance of 40 points for the Los Angeles Lakers, the team is struggling overall. Irving's scoring and talents might help the Lakers climb the rankings and compete more effectively in the playoffs.

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