In an interview with Fox Sports, NBA star LeBron James talked about his frustrations over the league’s inability to keep its players focused and give them an identity as part of the NBA’s future.
The former Cavs star said he wants to see more NBA players work together in the off-season and not just in the playoffs.
He said the league needs to do more to address the mental issues and stress of the current season.
James also said the NBA has to look at its scheduling and scheduling practices and how the league could make more money from those practices and the league should have a salary cap.
The ESPN reporter also touched on how he thinks the league will look at the season this coming season.
The NBA has the best schedule in the world right now, he said.
That schedule is going to make the NBA a lot more attractive to players, and that’s something that I think they need to look into as well.
James said he’s not sure what the league can do to improve the game but said it needs to look closely at scheduling practices, scheduling practices to ensure players are not stressed out or frustrated by practice time.
The 26-year-old said it’s important for players to understand the game of basketball is a lot bigger than just one game and said they need more players to have fun.
He also called out the NBA for having no rules or rules changes for the season and for having more money in its pockets than any other sport in the country.