Lakers Land Lebron

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  1. Regs

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    4 years $154M

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  2. Yoda

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    Why do they need Lebron? They have Ball already? Can’t picture him in Lakers kit. Now I have to hate the Lakers
     
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    What?
    Did you like them when the Rapist played for them then? ;)
    That's when I started boycotting them when that clown was in the fold.
    Which was too long for my liking.
    For that guy to even to think he was in the same class as MJ was laughable.

    I like it.
    Time for the Clippers to realize they're back to being the back seat in LA and the Warriors take notice.

    Wow - That's two huge deals in one day.

    #LakersNation :)
     
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    Lakers just signed Rondo for a year as well. Maybe King James can’t sort out the shite show that is Balls father. Rondo has a good chance of taking that starting PG spot too. Plus it all doesn’t matter as the Lakers won’t be able to beat Boston or Houston, or Golden State who just signed Cousins for a pay cut. Three Peat on the way.
     
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    At this rate they might as well just make it a 4 team league. Go straight to semifinals for playoffs.

    And they wonder why cities can barely keep franchises alive.
     

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