Magic Johnson announced Tuesday he is stepping down from his role as the Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations.
The Hall of Famer returned to the Lakers in an executive role in February 2017, replacing Mitch Kupchak and Jim Buss in the front office.
However, there have been questions about his commitment to the role in the past two years. He has been fined multiple times for tampering.
Meanwhile, the Lakers haven't tangibly improved under his leadership, as they missed the playoffs for the sixth straight season. He signed LeBron James in free agency, but he was unable to surround him with other stars.