LeBron James’ Viral Reaction to Lakers Re-Signing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

The Los Angeles Lakers made a few big moves in the past two weeks. They traded Danny Green and waived Quinn Cook. Former Oklahoma City Thunder star Dennis Schroder and former Los Angeles Clippers big man Montrezl Harrell earned spots on the roster. Lakers veteran Rajon Rondo will test the open market and Dwight Howard won’t be a Laker anymore. Four-time NBA champion LeBron James will stay around for a while, and he will share the locker room with veteran guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

On Saturday, the Lakers front office re-signed KCP and LeBron couldn’t hide his excitement. The king of basketball approved Caldwell-Pope’s deal with the team. It looks like LA is ready to retain some of the chemistry players had this past season.

LeBron, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, and other LA players to win another title

KCP signed a three-year deal worth $40 million. Los Angeles will have him around for a few seasons and that’s more than great news for the Lakers fanbase. The guard had a key role on the championship team. He is a talented 3-point sniper, team defender, and veteran who runs the floor and finishes in transition. What else could you ask for?

Los Angeles has Caldwell-Pope on the roster, and the team is almost complete. The Lakers announced the signings of wing Wesley Matthews and Harrell. Schroder is also here.

From what we can see, the Lakers look much better than they did in Orlando. They were pretty strong inside the NBA bubble, and the new additions would boost their dominance on the court. Los Angeles is determined to defend the title, and the offense looks pretty sharp and neat.

Reports confirm that LA and big man Anthony Davis are working on the details of his new team. NBA experts have predicted great wins for the Lakers and there’s also speculation regarding Rob Pelinka’s next offseason move. The General Manager played pretty smart and wise this offseason and he gave the Lakers all they need to win in 2020-21. Let’s see what happens in the next few weeks.

The 2020-21 NBA season will start on Dec. 22.