Yeah it is strange to see. My concern is LeBron seems to do better with established veterans and with all the Lakers youth I worry this is going to go badly. Lets see what happens.
Unless they get Kawhi, which I prefer NOT to trade, and just hope he comes next year, I don't see anything substantial this year. It will be good for the young core to play under LeBron (Kuz, Ingram, Ball[?]) but yea, how they're assembled, they're probably third best in the West.
Hey, barring any major injuries (to LB), they at least make the playoffs so that's good. Kawhi is a key piece AND, I hope Boogie is not going to be the same player that he was or else LB is not going to win ANY championships in his 4 years in LA.
Should be exciting to see though. As you stated, lets see what happens...
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