Paul says he received ‘apology call’ from Jim Boeheim

Paul says he received ‘apology call’ from Jim Boeheim

LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers laughs as he speaks on a set during the Los Angeles Lakers Media Day at the UCLA Health Training Center on September 24, 2018 in El Segundo, California.

That Bazley would be a part of Syracuse's loaded roster may anger some Orange fans, unsurprisingly, but Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim showing some pettiness towards his decision isn't a new development.

"LeBron did a nice job helping his client", Boeheim said (via Stadium). "It is LeBron's client, right?"

Boeheim would ensure that he is not mad at James or Bazley, of course, saying he is happy for the kid, who is backed for a career as a professional.

Not me! I'm happy for him!

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Now that he's signed, Bazley won't be playing in the G-League in the lead up to the 2019 NBA Draft, and will instead train on his own and work at New Balance as a intern.

Boeheim has said that Bazley "made a mistake" by backing off his Syracuse commitment and has been dubious of a first-round grade some have placed on him as an athlete.

LeBron James' Klutch Sports agency, as well as his agent and friend Rich Paul, stole the headlines earlier this week after a spread from the New York Times revealed the unique path the agency is creating for 2019 National Basketball Association draft prospect Darius Bazley.

Paul also told ESPN he had "nothing but respect" for Boeheim.

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