Five-star recruit Mikey Williams on the Lakers and launching an NFT charter membership for fans

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Five-star recruit Mikey Williams on the Lakers and launching an NFT charter membership for fans

Five-star high school recruit Mikey Williams joins Jalen and Jacoby to discuss the Los Angeles Lakers’ struggles, who he models his game after on the court and answers if he would consider playing for Juwan Howard. Williams also opens up about launching an NFT charter membership for fans.

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