Magic Johnson's complete interview about stepping down from Lakers

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Sam Amick reported on The Athletic that Johnson was making $10 million per year with the Lakers while Marcus Thompson suggests Myers might make about half that amount. "And I think I had more fun when I was able to the be big brother and ambassador". "I want to go back to who I was before taking on this job". Though he is a Bay Area native, he went to college at UCLA and played basketball for the Bruins. Johnson and the Lakers have received several tampering fines from the National Basketball Association for commenting on various players around the league. Serena Williams called me a week ago and said, 'Will you mentor me and be on my advisory board?' And I said, yeah, I want to do that.

"We did a great job, like I said before, of just attacking the problem in the beginning, during training camp, laying out the schedule, and I feel good", Leonard said.

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Other more qualified executives than Pelinka, such as former Cleveland Cavaliers' general manager David Griffin, are available for hire. He said part of the reason he made the decision was to maintain his relationship with Lakers owner Jeanie Buss. Also, he predicts what the next move for the Lakers should be. So, you know, I'm happy.

"I'm a free bird, and I can't be handcuffed", he said.

Magic Johnson announced that he's stepping down from his role as the team's president of basketball of operations. Johnson had a heated meeting with Walton during the first week of the regular season, and the third-year coach remained on the hot seat after that.

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