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Los Angeles Lakers: 2 former Anthony Davis teammates to sign

There are going to be a lot of moving parts for the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason. A significant portion of the roster is hitting free agency this offseason and the front office is going to have to decide who stays, who goes, and who is going to replace those that do go.
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Lakers News: Anthony Davis Gives Update On Groin Injury

Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis was just never able to get fully healthy following an Achilles and calf injury that robbed him of over half the 2020-21 season. Davis took over two months to return to the court and although he was able to finish out the regular season, injuries once again reared their heads as he hurt his knee and groin in the first round of the playoffs against the Phoenix Suns. The 28-year-old tried his best to play through the groin injury in Game 6, but ultimately had to sit halfway through the first quarter as he simply could not move out on the floor.
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Anthony Davis to ‘take the torch’ from LeBron James next season?

The 2020-21 season was a disappointing one for the Los Angeles Lakers. After winning the NBA Championship in the Orlando Bubble, they were unable to find that magic again this season. The quick turnaround and shortest offseason in sports history eventually caught up with Los Angeles. When healthy, the Lakers...
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Why Isn’t Anthony Davis Switching Back to No. 23 Since LeBron James Is Reverting Back to No. 6?

It’s not a good thing for the Los Angeles Lakers when the biggest thing we have to discuss about the team while the NBA playoffs are still happening is what’s going on with the jersey numbers of Anthony Davis and LeBron James for the 2021-22 season. But seeing as how AD, LeBron, and company were somewhat easily knocked out of the postseason in the first round by Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns, that’s where we’re at.
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Lakers offseason preview: How Los Angeles can rebuild a championship roster around LeBron James, Anthony Davis

The Phoenix Suns didn't have to devote any attention to Andre Drummond in their series-clinching Game 6 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. He didn't even see the floor, benched in favor of Montrezl Harrell and Marc Gasol, whom he had once replaced in the starting lineup. Drummond's scoring, rebounding and athleticism appealed to a Lakers team just trying to stay afloat in the middle of the season, so they gave him Gasol's job despite outscoring opponents by 13.4 points per 100 possessions when he shared the floor with LeBron James and Anthony Davis.
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5 BLOCKBUSTER Trade Ideas Centered Around Anthony Davis | Lakers Offseason Trade Rumors

Lakers trade rumors are humming now that the Lakers 2021 NBA offseason is underway and NBA Free Agency isn’t far up the road. Today’s Lakers news and rumors take a look at FIVE trade ideas revolving around Lakers star Anthony Davis, including deals that bring Damian Lillard, Bradley Beal, James Harden and Kawhi Leonard to the Lakers. Chat Sports host Chase Senior brings you the latest Lakers offseason trade rumors on today’s Lakers Report video on NewsBreak.
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Lakers Need Contingency Plan for Injury-Prone Anthony Davis

Los Angeles Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka believes this past season was an aberration in terms of injuries to frontline players LeBron James and Anthony Davis that derailed this team in defending their title. Pelinka can point to a shortened offseason due to COVID-19, creating a condensed window that did...
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Ben McLemore: ‘Everybody Knows’ Lakers Would Still Be In Playoffs If Anthony Davis Stayed Healthy

The Los Angeles Lakers suffered a first-round loss to the Phoenix Suns, bringing a difficult season to a disappointing end. The Lakers made a number of offseason and mid-season moves meant to improve the roster, including additions like Dennis Schroder, Montrezl Harrell, Andre Drummond, Ben McLemore and others. However, it didn’t translate through an injury-riddled season.