While we're only one year in, one has to wonder whether the Philadelphia 76ers and/or Los Angeles Lakers have any regrets coming off the 2017 NBA Draft.
It apparently had Kobe questioning the Lakers' decision to draft Lonzo Ball over Tatum - at least jokingly.
The Boston Celtics had the good fortune to nab the budding superstar with the third pick.
At present, it's hard to argue against Tatum having the brightest future of the three. And after watching the reel, the Black Mamba became a victim of hindsight.
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Balcomb also says we should reconsider certain dams that create more environmental upheaval and economic cost than they're worth. It has been moving to watch Tahlequah's family stand by her, Atkinson said. "Functionally, they will be extinct".
During a recent episode of "The Sidelines with Evan Daniels" podcast, Drew Hanlen, Tatum's long-time skills trainer, relayed details from a workout and film session between Bryant and the No. 3 pick in the 2017 National Basketball Association draft.
"We actually showed Kobe yesterday and he was like, 'Why didn't the Lakers draft him?', which was pretty amusing, after seeing that", Hanlen said.
The Diesel shot that right down. but then cracked a big grin and told us, "Kobe coming back I heard".
The charismatic Shaquille O'Neal wasn't short of bold predictions when asked about a potential return to the league to play alongside his former running mate LeBron James, this time wearing a purple-and-gold uniform.