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  • "KCP saved us." -- Anthony Davis on the Lakers' turnaround. As an ardent KCP hater, I just can't handle this.
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  • I love positionless basketball, but there's a huge difference between the version that includes size and versatility (Lakers. mostly cuz of AD) and small ball (Heat). If you're playing 'Bron, AD n Dem, the counter can't be to play Solomon Hill more. Heat just tiny, esp. w/o Bam.
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  • Absolute truth right here. You're talking about an eight-time all-NBA player and a three-time DPOY. Second half of his career hasn't been very good, but he was great for a long time.
    Only people who are not smart question if Dwight Howard is a Hall of Famer.
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  • RT @EthanJSkolnick: This is now a 75-30 run. There are 18 minutes to play.
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  • The Lakers' size and versatility, especially on defense, is really something.
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  • The Heat's offense is so fun to watch and such a hybrid of many best recent practices in the NBA. Their movement, shooting, unselfish, the volume of what they do ... so hard to guard.
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  • I think that's a huge and underrated factor to consider, for those who swear by TV ratings. Everything is out of sync -- our lives, our sports, our all. It is what it is right now.
    It is really jarring to go from Monday Night Football and the end of the Stanley Cup finals to the start of the MLB playoffs and then the start of the NBA Finals in the space of 49 hours.
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  • I'm always here for The Legend of Lightning Led, lol.
    Legendary point guard Lightning Led is going with the #Lakers in 6. https://t.co/xuwhdAs3yi
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  • I should've asked the bosses if I could write remote #NBAFinals columns from L.A. and Miami. But I didn't. Sigh. So the home TV room it is.
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  • Jimmy Lake, Elijah Molden and Cade Otton met with reporters via Zoom yesterday. Here's what you need to know about what they said: https://t.co/iWPp4Spa9A
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