LeBron James had a strong message for one Suns player last night after the game. The Los Angeles Lakers have some big issues going into game 3 of this young season. Last night, there were quite a few issues that we saw first hand. Even a small scuffle between Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard. These are issues that could turn big if we don’t see some big changes soon.
But LeBron is trying to keep the peace by sending out some words for a Suns player after the game. Cameron Payne had some interesting antics on the court while the Suns were taking on the Lakers. James did not like what he saw from the young guard and pointed it out.
“Stay humble,” James told Payne. “C’mon now. You was at home a year and a half ago. Now you wanna pop off?”
LeBron James Had Strong Message For 1 Suns Player Last Night
Fran Vogel had some interesting things to say after the game as well.
“When you’re getting your ass kicked, sometimes those conversations get heated,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel said. “Those guys love each other. They talked it out. And that’s going to happen from time to time. I’d rather our guys care than not care.”
“We squashed it right then and there,” Howard said afterward. “We just had a disagreement about something that was on the floor. We’re both very passionate about winning. We didn’t want to lose this game, so we’re just passionate. We got it out the way. We’re grown men. Things happen. But we are going to squash this little issue between me and him, and that’s my brother, that’s my teammate.”
“We’re just trying to get it together,” Howard said. “This is our second game, our second real game. And we got to get it right. I know a lot of people are counting us out already. It’s early. Lot of people laughing at us and joking, but we going to get this thing together.”
Davis also responded.
“It’s over with,” Davis said. “After the situation happened, me and DH, we talked about it and we left it at that.”