Chris Broussard reveals why LeBron James should complete ‘The Process’ in Philly | NBA | UNDISPUTED

Chris Broussard joins Shannon Sharpe, Skip Bayless and Joy Taylor on Undisputed to discuss the Boston Celtics eliminating Philadelphia 76ers in the 2018 Eastern Conference semi-finals. Plus, hear why he thinks LeBron James should join Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons in Philly this offseason.

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34 thoughts on “Chris Broussard reveals why LeBron James should complete ‘The Process’ in Philly | NBA | UNDISPUTED

  1. What Durant did is not comparable to Bron potentially going Philly at all. Durant joined a 70 win championship team with 3 All Stars.

  2. Play Simmons off the ball, Markelle as the starting PG, sign Paul George (perfect fit wing shooter, lockdown defender, lengthy) play him at SG, Dario, and Embiid down low

  3. espn idiots all day long same topic LeBron this LeBron that there's many other players in the playoffs that need to be cover its to the point I dislike LeBron smh

  4. I love how Lebron haters talk about him not even surpassing Kobe, Shaq, Duncan, Magic… It's not just number of championships. It's the body of work. Kobe was NEVER talked about being goat. He was always nearly like a Jordan, but clearly inferior on every aspect. Fact that Lebron who changed the game and is constantly being talked about challenging Jordan for #1 spot, puts him way ahead of Kobe, Duncan, Shaq. If it were only about number of titles, well then Derek Fischer > Bird or Lebron…

  5. This is ridiculous! They are still in the playoffs and there already talking about Lebron leaving. No respect

  6. I hope people realized that not every superstar or star in the NBA can coincide together on the same team. For example, Lebron could not play on a team where there are more than one dominant ball handlers (76ers) Because Lebron needs the ball in his hands, even if he says he doesn't. Now that this league has become a shoot first mentality for Lebron to play off ball would mean he would have to become a pure jump shooter and Lebron isn't a pure shooter, he is a scorer. Many fans get those two things mixed up. The only way the Lebron to Phily thing would work is if he were to come out and say that he is playing off ball (Which I don't see happening, dude needs the ball in his hands) instead of being leader on the court. With Lebron I never see that happening. (From an unbiased Lebron fan)

  7. You guys are writing off Houston like they’re nothing. You guys are seriously mistaken the potential. They have a barrage of shooters that can hammer them. No one is guarding Harden. Paul is facilitator and I’m taking Capela WAY OVER the McGee and the other center (forgot his name). Thompson is a pure shooter — ONLY! Houston had that. Any other shooters? Houston can match that. Houston had the fire power so I won’t be surprised if they take them down. If they do, super teams are over and will disperse.

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