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Jeanie Buss has '100% confidence' in Rob Pelinka running Lakers

SANTA MONICA, Calif. - Los Angeles Lakers co-owner Jeanie Buss finally broke her silence about the state of the organization while walking the red carpet before the NBA Awards in Santa Monica.

In her first interview since Magic Johnson stepped down as the team president, Buss said his decision caught her off guard, but that their relationship will "be fine." She also

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