Do underperforming Lakers, Suns, Warriors end super-team era? | Good Word with Goodwill

An article in The Athletic claims that the Los Angeles Lakers' players and head coach Darvin Ham are becoming increasingly estranged.

The lads start by talking about this. In order to prove that the Lakers have a history of blaming the coach whenever they lose, Marcus and Vinnie reminisce about past seasons.

The subject moves swiftly from LeBron James and Anthony Davis to the current NBA season when the conversation turns to them.

 The Lakers still haven't won despite those two players' great play. Is the NBA about to enter a new age when young, talented players fear no seasoned vets and deep, youthful teams can defeat super teams?

Marcus keeps a tight eye on the Warriors, and it appears like that dynasty is about to come to an end. 

Talking to Vinnie, he asks if the Warriors can do anything to assemble a championship-caliber squad around Steph Curry and also discusses the club's tangled dynamics with Draymond Green.

Lastly, there are rumblings that the Phoenix Suns' Kevin Durant, Devin Booker, and Bradley Beal lineup could not pan out. 

 The Suns put their future in jeopardy to secure this squad. Is the super team extinction imminent between the Warriors and the Lakers? Does a deeper roster make a club more formidable in postseason play?

Watch this space for further developments.