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Colin Cowherd: Lakers Can't Win Finals Without Avery Bradley & Rajon Rondo

Colin Cowherd: “LeBron is NOT winning a title. The Clippers in the same building are healthy, rested, and go 9-10 deep. So now Avery Brady is not around, he’s a starter, and Rondo is not around, he’s a really high IQ rotational playoff guy. This is NOT a championship team and LeBron deep down knows it. The last two years has basically just been LeBron, Anthony Davis, and just a bunch of ‘stuff’… LeBron chose ‘business’ over ‘basketball’ going to LA, and this is the downside… When you choose business over basketball you need a bunch of breaks, and the West is so good, and the point guards are so unbelievable, and now you lost your two best defensive guards. I like Alex Caruso but c’mon, he’s never proven anything in the postseason.” (Full Video Above)

Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why he doesn’t think the Los Angeles Lakers have any chance to win the NBA Finals without Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley, two of the league’s fiercest perimeter defenders who will miss the rest of the season because of COVID-19 health concerns (Bradley) and a broken right thumb (Rondo).

Check out the video above as Colin details why LeBron choosing ‘business’ over ‘basketball’ in choosing a Lakers roster over a better roster like the Sixers, or Clippers is finally revealing itself to be costly in terms of LBJ winning another NBA championship.

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