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Rob Parker: Lakers Chances at Repeating as Champions Are Officially Over

Rob Parker: “Any thought or idea that the Lakers were going to repeat just went out the window. It’s bad enough not having Anthony Davis, but now LeBron for potentially a month – and even when he gets back you don’t know where he is at 36 years old, totally different animal. I know he’s had a history of being able to come back quicker than normal but as you get older those things don’t happen. Anthony Davis has been out a lot, and this team isn’t the same team as when they had Rondo, Dwight Howard, and Javale McGee. I don’t think this team is better than that team. Now you’re asking for two stars to come back, them to be OK after not playing for a while, and there’s just too many things that have to go right for them to compete. The West is tough and it’s not a cakewalk. Their championship aspirations are DONE, they will NOT get out of the West, and they will NOT compete for a championship.” (Full Video Above)

Listen to Rob Parker explain why he thinks the Lakers' chances of repeating as NBA Finals champions have now sunk down to zero percent, as Rob is already pronouncing the Lakers’ season dead with the severe and highly uncertain injuries to LeBron James and Anthony Davis.

Check out the video above as Rob details why he even with LeBron and AD back, he doesn’t see the same fight in this team compared to last year’s title team.

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