LeBron James shared his thoughts on his on-court chemistry with his Lakers teammate Montrezl Harrell.
James believes Harrell is getting used to his role with the team and compared their collaboration to the one Harrell had with Lou Williams in the Clippers.
“I think he’s definitely growing more accustomed, and obviously that dynamic duo with him and Lou [Williams] for all of those years was exceptional.
Lou Will having the threat to come off and score, but also Lou Will having the threat to make that pocket pass and Trezz with his ability to roll and finish and catch and finish was just very dynamic for so many years.
When we got him, I knew it would be something that we could exploit because of my ability to play the pick-and-roll game, my ability to pass the ball, his ability to catch and finish.
So I think as of late, we know where we are on the floor, we know the sets that we’re in and he’s doing a hell of a job of being able to set screens for me, get me downhill and then I’m just trying to put it on time, on target for him so he can get to his game,” James said, via Lakers Nation.
James (25.5 points) and Harrell (14.5 points) are two of the best players of the Lakers this season, helping the team climb to third in the standings, at 27-13.