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Genie Bass writes a mysterious Lakers tweet amid rumors of Killy Irving.

Lakers Governor Ginny Bus went to Twitter on Sunday night and sent a mysterious message to someone.

Was it LeBron James, a team, or a fan? It's unclear who this was actually intended for, but we really know only one. She misses Kobe Bryant.

"I miss KB," she wrote, referring to the Lakers' great man,Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash in January 2020.

President of the Los Angeles Lakers, Jeanie Buss and Singer, Paula Abdul
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"He understands everything I'm not allowed to do, He explained. "She continued. "To be honest, he was the greatest Lakers of all time. He understood the team better than he did. It means that if you focus on your team's goals more than you, you'll be rewarded. Then everything works fine. Anyone can reply. "

But it's arguable who she's looking for a reply. It may be for LeBron James, a free agent next season. Perhaps it's a message to Russell Westbrook, an imminent free agent and highest-paying player who has always struggled to hit jump shots despite being in the 14-season league. It may be a message to fans who want to compete for the title more than anyone else this season.

I miss KB. He understood and explained everything I wasn't allowed to do. To be honest, he was the greatest Lakers ever. He understood the team better than he did. If you focus more on your team's goals than you do, it means you'll be rewarded. That way everything works fine. Everyone can reply.

— Jeanie Buss (@JeanieBuss)July 4, 2022

About "The Herd" with Colin Cowherd, Fox Sports' Ric Bucher Dive into Tweetto see what it really means.

According to Butcher, they agreed that Bass had signaled Kyrie Irving, who was recently training in Los Angeles.

"People around the Lakers I know this is setting up the Lakers Kyrie Irving table," Butcher said. "You are the leader of this franchise. Don't give anyone the impression that there are things you can't solve. Kobe wants to solve it here."

Kyrie Irving #11 of the Brooklyn Nets goes up for a shot
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When it's imminent that this is really her way of guessing Irving's movements, the Lakers soon Will be one of the most chaotic and interesting teams in NBA history.

After missing the playoffs last year, the entire bus family and LA front office have a lot to do to prepare for the title this season.