LeBron James: Lakers star posts FURIOUS trade message on Instagram

LeBron James: Lakers star posts FURIOUS trade message on Instagram

But the fact the Mavericks were playing a game against the Charlotte Hornets when Barnes found out made it a bit. well, awkward.

"I'm ok with both honestly, truly am".

The Kings sent second-year forward Justin Jackson and veteran forward/center Zach Randolph to the Mavs for Barnes. In this picture, Barnes #40 of the Dallas Mavericks during the National Basketball Association game against the Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, Dec. 13, 2018.

LeBron James isn't afraid to speak his mind, but there are many criticizing the superstar for the opinion he shared on his latest Instagram post'.

Barnes' agent, Jeff Schwartz, told ESPN's Paul Pierce that he and the Mavericks were working on a trade and Barnes knew that something was in the works with Sacramento. You haven't seen him play because the Kings are young and play a fun fast paced version of basketball that has relegated Z-Bo to the role of a mentor. "He's obviously got bonds with some of these players here for life, and that's the kind of guy that he is". A great influence on the team, also in this community.




"We're going to miss him". "We'll miss him an terrible lot, but I believe he's going to have a great situation where he's going and we'll just go forward from here". Many Dallas players lauded Barnes for sticking around and playing last night's game. He will join a Sacramento team (28-26) on the cusp of a playoff spot in the Western Conference.

Barnes could accept that player option and return to the Kings next season for $25 million.

With a glut of bigs on the roster, Labissiere has played just 113 minutes over 13 games for the Kings this season after posting 8.7 points and 4.8 rebounds in 20.7 minutes per game during the 2017-18 season.

Harrison Barnes has been a consistent scorer for the Mavericks over the last three years, averaging 19+ points over the past two seasons, though his efficiency from distance had dipped.

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