LeBron, Kyrie and Harden on the move? Bobby Marks previews the 2023 NBA offseason | NBA on ESPN

ESPN published this video item, entitled “LeBron, Kyrie and Harden on the move? Bobby Marks previews the 2023 NBA offseason | NBA on ESPN” – below is their description.

Bobby Marks on how the next 11 months will shape the 2023 offseason with LeBron James’ extension, why finances could break up this Golden State Warriors team, Kyrie Irving and James Harden, possible extensions, salary cap and tax teams in 2023, along with top free agents and more.

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