The happiest thing after the NBA is the Lakers. They won the championship trophy and tied the Celtics championships for the 17th in team history. After leaving the division, Howard held a championship celebration in his hometown, Rondo played with the children, and James also had more time to spend with his daughter. Recently, the Lakers team came to Las Vegas to participate in the championship event. James was very happy. It was fun to twist his hips and butt. The whole team began to enjoy their achievements after a season.
Just as the Lakers celebrated the championship, a lot of news came. Sid Hartman, one of the founders of the Los Angeles Lakers, passed away at the age of 100. The bad news was first reported by the media, and then Hartman’s son announced the news on social media:
Soon the topic of "the death of the founder of the Lakers" was on the hot search list, and fans cherished the memory of the dead old man. Without him, there would be no Lakers now. In 1947, he asked a local business person to buy the Detroit Gems Company for $15,000 and moved it to Minneapolis. The Lakers were born. Hartman had a great influence on Minnesota's sports world. He helped the Detroit Gems relocate to Minneapolis and renamed the Lakers before joining the NBA. Later he also served as the general manager of the Lakers, helping the team win many NBA championships.
NBA stars have also issued messages in memory:
Timberwolves center and champion Downs wrote: "RIP, legendary Sid Hartman"
Grizzlies guard Tyus Jones wrote: "RIP, the legend and icon of Minnesota, Sid Hartman."
灰熊队的后卫Tyus Jones写道：“ RIP，明尼苏达州的传奇人物Sid Hartman。”
Nets guard Jamal Crawford wrote: "RIP, Sid Hartman, legend."
Hartman is one of the founders of the Lakers, and he also brought the first NBA team to Minnesota. In the Timberwolves vs. Lakers game, he was paid tribute by both teams at the same time. So Downs also quickly issued a message in memory of this Hartman.
I also hope that Hartman can be well in heaven. He still wrote three articles in the last week of his life. This is a journalist who really loves basketball and sports, and is also a landmark figure in the NBA.