Lue's relationship with James could be a selling point for the Lakers as they look to turn around the franchise.
The Lakers have certainly had their fair share of drama in terms of personnel over the last two weeks and are looking to move towards the future. The 2018-19 campaign was his first season back on an National Basketball Association bench after taking several years off following the death of his wife in a vehicle accident.
It's certainly not surprising to see Lue emerge as one of the first candidates interviewed by the Lakers considering his history with LeBron James. "Lue was after Cleveland's 0-6 start this season, the Cavs" first since James left for the Lakers in free agency last summer. Cleveland fired David Blatt midway through that campaign and Lue served as his replacement before ultimately becoming the team's full-time head coach. But it could also present problems in Los Angeles.
Lue guided the team to a NBA championship in 2016 and then coached the Cavaliers to the NBA Finals the next two seasons.
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Williams meanwhile has already spoken with Pelinka about the vacant job.
Williams went 173-221 in five seasons with the New Orleans Hornets/Pelicans, from 2010-15.
If the 76ers underachieve in this year's playoffs, Williams could easily step in and replace Brett Brown there.
Rob Pelinka continues to conduct the search for the next head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers and Friday's chapter will include the most familiar face in the process.