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Kyle, Kyrie or Kemba? Who will round out Lakers' Big Three?

LOS ANGELES_You can close your eyes and let your imagination run wild, LeBron James dribbling the ball at Staples Center, pushing toward the basket. The defenders collapse around maybe the strongest ball handler the game has seen. And instead of forcing a shot, he just lobs the ball near the rim for a long-armed, spring-legged, one-eyebrowed star for an easy two points.

Anthony Davis will become a Los Angeles Laker, validating the Las Vegas bookmakers that had the team as the favorite to win the 2020 NBA championship in the afterglow of the Toronto Raptors' dethroning of

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