Cole: Thick eyebrows are harmful to the league. We should learn from Jan Wong Durant.

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 Cole: Thick eyebrows are harmful to the league. We should learn from Jan Wong Durant.


In an interview with Warriors Insider Podcast, Cole said it was a big problem for non-free players like Davis to force the team to trade. Im talking more about the situation of Anthony Davis, where the players are very healthy, with a few years left on the contract, and then sayI want to leave. u3002 Its a real problem, the league has to deal with it, and the players have to be careful about it.

He felt that since the players signed the contract, they had to fulfill their responsibilities. When you sign the contract, you have to work hard to play for the team, the city and the fans. Then, it is your right to leave as a free agent, but since you have signed this contract, you are bound by it.

LeBron James and Kevin Durant are examples in this respect. Look at what LeBron did. He finished his contract. Look at what Kevin did. He went to the Warriors and left. You sign the contract, you execute it, you go on with your new life. Thats the way things should be. Cole said. In January this year, Davis asked his Pelican to transfer himself to the Lakers. It was unsuccessful, but he joined the Lakers this summer and worked with James. This is very bad for the alliance in Coles view, Davis is a breakthrough, I hope this does not become a trend, because it is harmful to the whole alliance. What happened before the end of the contract was disturbing, where the team was kidnapped and the League was kidnapped to some extent. I dont support such behavior. Its harmful to everyone. Source: Netease Sports Author: Liao Xiaoyu Responsible Editor: Huang Yu_NS1604

LeBron James and Kevin Durant are examples in this respect. Look at what LeBron did. He finished his contract. Look at what Kevin did. He went to the Warriors and left. You sign the contract, you execute it, you go on with your new life. Thats the way things should be. Cole said.

In January this year, Davis asked his Pelican to transfer himself to the Lakers. It was unsuccessful, but he joined the Lakers this summer and worked with James. This is very bad for the alliance in Coles view, Davis is a breakthrough, I hope this does not become a trend, because it is harmful to the whole alliance. What happened before the end of the contract was disturbing, where the team was kidnapped and the League was kidnapped to some extent. I dont support such behavior. Its harmful to everyone.