Kevin Love knew LeBron James' choice was between Lakers and Cavaliers

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They should be snapping their long playoff drought this coming season, and could make some noise in the playoffs depending on how the team gels and develops.

Magic Johnson and Jeanie Buss exchange a hug during the game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers on March 11, 2018 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California.

While some will agree with Morey, most believe Kareem Abdul-Jabbar or Michael Jordan remain the greatest player of all time.

Asked on "The Dan Patrick Show" on Wednesday if he expects James' new team, the Los Angeles Lakers, to be immediate contenders in the Western Conference, Morey brought up the difficulty of getting a newly assembled team to jell right away. It will be interesting to see how he and the Cavs try to become a relevant team in the East as they move on from the LeBron James saga. With a modern day fitness and nutrition regimen, it's not that far fetched to see LeBron James playing for atleast 5 more years.

Kuzma told ESPN on Tuesday that he has been training with James. Would you take that bet?

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The Sacramento Kings are not all that good and really should not beat the Los Angeles Lakers at all next season.

James is now set to embark on this next chapter of his career where he has a chance to add to his legacy with the Lakers. Anybody that watched us play past year, we were in a lot of games. However, James tends to stay in games against the better teams because the opposing teams can't stop James.

The Phoenix Suns have been one of the worst teams in the league the last several seasons but have some promise heading into next year. Others feel they don't have a shot to even make the playoffs, as they'll need more help.

After five straight losing seasons, the Lakers are back in the spotlight. "There's a lot of teams in the National Basketball Association that need to work on their chemistry; we are just one of them".

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