Now with the
The Lakers parted ways with forward World Peace in July, using their onetime amnesty to cut him loose.
While the team still owes him $7.7 million for the coming season, the luxury tax savings were about $15 million -- making World Peace an economic casualty.
No hard feelings from World Peace, who left in good spirits and signed with his hometown Knicks.
One of the biggest questions of the season for the Lakers, outside of
Johnson adds an athleticism that was missing from the team's roster last year, but does he have the skill -- and more importantly, the toughness -- to be a defensive stopper for the Lakers?
When it comes to intimidation, Johnson isn't likely to get Psycho T. to back away in the same situation.
World Peace gave his thoughts, as he always seems to do, on Twitter.