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Los angeles lakers phoenix suns

Los angeles lakers phoenix suns

Los Angeles lakers phoenix suns

The NBA comes back to life this winter, with the "super west" of the west coast coming in to play an underperforming conference for the first time in a decade. The Clippers are a team on the rise, and the Lakers, the last team remaining from LA, are aiming for the playoffs, with hopes of winning another title. The Suns, led by a revamped roster and the emergence of young guns like Devin Booker and Devin Harris, are a team to watch. Paul George is pushing for a monster year, with hopes of making it to the playoffs, and possibly the Western Conference finals. The Rockets, who were

LOS

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WIN

Technically, the Lakers can rectify things in Game 6 on Thursday at Staples Center. They could then win a Game 7 in Phoenix on Saturday. But I can’t see it. The Lakers ruled Anthony Davis out for Game 5 because of his left groin injury, and I can’t see how an extra day will suddenly make Davis available for a Game 6, unless the Lakers and Davis are willing to seriously risk his health. Even in a potential elimination game, I’d be very surprised if he returned. And if he does, he’ll be extremely limited.

The on-court play didn’t offer much more reason for optimism in this one. It’s only their second game together that counts, and they’re dealing with a cascade of injuries to an overhauled and unfamiliar team, but while it’s possible the Lakers figure things out and make any worries about their ultimate ceiling look dumb, nights like Friday won’t do a lot to quell worries about this roster’s fit. (Source: www.silverscreenandroll.com)

 

 

 

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