Paul George & DeMar DeRozan Decide If Bronny Is Better Than Some Players In The NBA
Paul George and DeMar DeRozan are two players that have done a lot in the NBA. Although neither has won an NBA title, they are certainly respected by their peers. They are offensive stars and can turn it on at any time. Moreover, they have experience being the number one option on a team. That said, there are certainly allowed to offer commentary on who should or shouldn't be in the NBA. In fact, George now has his own podcast called Podcast P with Paul George. Recently, DeRozan was a guest on that show.
In this latest episode, the two got to touch on a plethora of topics. However, there was one topic that will certainly make for some viral clips. If you remember, a few weeks ago, LeBron was off the Lobos and decided to tweet an interesting thought. Essentially, James believes his son Bronny is already better than a lot of players in the NBA. LeBron said this after watching a whole slate of NBA games. Consequently, fans offered their own reactions to these comments. Although, there wasn't a single NBA player who dared touch this topic, until now.
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Paul George & DeMar DeRozan Get Honest
In the clip above, you can see Paul George and DeMar DeRozan ponder whether or not LeBron is right. Overall, they don't actually answer this question directly. However, DeRozan was adamant that there are a lot of bad players in the NBA. For instance, he believes a lot of guys don't actually care about the game. Furthermore, some are told they are good and then expect playing time, but never get it. With that being paid, both George and DeRozan aren't outright dismissive of Bronny's potential. Ultimately, it must be nice for LeBron to hear this.
Next year, Bronny will be taking his talents to USC. Subsequently, in the Spring of 2024, there is this sense that he will declare for the NBA Draft. From there, he will likely get to play with his father. This would be absolutely massive for the NBA. Although, we are still going to have to wait for this to come to fruition. Stay tuned to HNHH for more news and updates from around the NBA.
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