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Michael Beasley defended the array of personalities the Los Angeles Lakers have added around LeBron James this offseason and said Monday that he doesn't like the idea of people judging them on their personas or reputations.

Nevertheless, James presumably has had some say in the personnel decisions being made by Lakers President Magic Johnson and General Manager Rob Pelinka, which have also included signing JaVale McGee, another player not known for exceptionally sharp focus. And through his social media post, Shareef clearly wants Bronny to emerge successfully from those trials just like him.

"I knew but it's the wrong team", Ibrahimovic said.

"I think it is going to come together like a basketball team", Beasley said on a conference call when asked how he thinks the Lakers will mesh with the new additions. Beasley, who agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Lakers on Friday after playing with the Knicks last season, has a checkered past including an arrest on suspicion of marijuana possession while with the Suns in 2013. With such a cast of characters, the Lakers' locker room could get a little odd during the season. "I was trying to keep my emotions professional, (but) I had to put the phone on mute once or twice".

He has played for six National Basketball Association teams in his 10-year career and for two Chinese teams. LeBron will be joined on the show by various stars in both sports and entertainment, and we've now got a clip from the first episode. For his part, Beasley was just happy to get an opportunity to interact with one of his idols. "When I was a kid, being in barbershops meant listening to adults talk about sports, clothing, politics, music, everything happened in the shop", James told THR.

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