The Lakers then on Wednesday offered Lue a deal in the range of three years and $18 million, after which Lue's side pulled out of negotiations.
Head coach Tyronn Lue of the Cleveland Cavaliers reacts to a technical foul call during the first quarter of the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves on October 19, 2018 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Lue had been pegged as one of the frontrunners ever since the Lakers parted ways with former head coach Luke Walton following the 2018-19 National Basketball Association season. They have also considered Monty Williams, who was hired by the Phoenix Suns, Juwan Howard and Jason Kidd.
He amassed a 128-83 record with the Cavs and won two previous titles as a reserve with the Lakers in '00 and '01. James was the key facet of that team and signed with the Lakers last July, when Walton was still serving as the team's head coach.
"You've got folks around Jeanie Buss imploring her to trade LeBron James".
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Josh Dutton, 18, told AP news agency he used to be friends with Mr Erickson at a former school but had not seen him in four years. On Tuesday, two suspects shot up the STEM School Highlands Ranch , killing at least one student and injuring eight more.
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If they get past Eintracht , Chelsea will hope that Kante can recover in time to play in the final in Baku on 29 May. Emery responded in his usual manner and said, "We are in this competition with that opportunity tomorrow".
One contract dispute later, the Lakers are back at square one and moving onto the next group of coaching candidates, including one coach the team was previously considering for an assistant job.
The growing sense that a cloud of turmoil is surrounding the Lakers was bolstered by ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, who said that a source told him: "Nothing is out of bounds right now".
Richard Jefferson says LeBron James will not ask for a trade from the Los Angeles Lakers despite the franchise being an utter mess right now.