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DeMar DeRozan to the Lakers: A Win-Win

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe Los Angeles Lakers have been in headlines lately for their rumored interest in Chris Paul and Derrick Rose for some time now. But now, there is a new target the Lakers are reportedly pursuing. Enter DeMar DeRozan! I am sure the lasting memory all of us have about DeMar DeRozan is LeBron repeatedly sending the DeRozan-led Toronto Raptors home from the playoffs for the entirety of LeBron’s second stint with the Cleveland Cavaliers. People seem to have forgotten that DeMar DeRozan is even in the NBA, which tends to happen when you get traded to...

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The Underrated Difficulty of the 2020 NBA Championship

Reading Time: 2 minutesBecause of the so-called “easy road” to the Lakers’ 17th NBA championship, many people throughout the NBA world are saying that this championship doesn’t count as much as rings won by past teams. I’m here to tell you why those people are wrong, and if anyone’s wondering, I’m a Celtics fan. Anti-Lakers, and anti-LeBron fans have pointed heavily towards the LA Clippers’ second-round exit as an excuse for why this Finals win is lesser than those of the past. While having to face the Clippers in the Western Conference Finals certainly would have made the road...

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The Job is Finally Finished: The Lakers are NBA Champions

Reading Time: 2 minutesEveryone was quick to count out the Lakers at the start of the season. Despite the fact that they had Anthony Davis, and LeBron James, most were picking the Clippers or Bucks to win the 2020 NBA championship. The Lakers were my pick from the beginning of the season, which started a year ago (thanks COVID). Then, the COVID-19 pandemic hit, when the Lakers were coming off of two huge wins against the Clippers, and Bucks. They were heading into the bubble with the death of Kobe still on their minds, even with his death happening...

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The Los Angeles Lakers Are Destined To Repeat In 2021: Here’s Why

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Los Angeles Lakers did exactly what they planned on doing when they signed LeBron James in 2018: Win a Championship. Their team looks entirely different, but this is much better than the team that was full of young players and stuck in mediocrity. However, the Lakers are far from done. After having the best duo since Kobe and Shaq, the Lakers need to continue their dominance now with their window period being in limbo. Obviously, the main priority is making sure that Anthony Davis will stay to have any chance of competing for a ring....

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