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September 25, 2019

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This time of the year is typically dominated by college football and the NFL. It’s one of the few times that the NBA takes a true back seat in the sports world. However, while that might apply to the average fan, it doesn’t necessarily apply to the betting world. (READ MORE) by David Kaestle | Fan Duel

The Los Angeles Clippers and city rivals Los Angeles Lakers have been installed as the top two pre-season favorites to win the 2020 NBA championship after they made high profile additions to their rosters in the offseason. The debate is likely to continue well into the regular season but the experts are currently giving Doc Rivers’ team the edge over the purple and gold.

The Clippers were the big winners in the offseason as they landed reigning NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard in free agency and MVP contender Paul George via trade from Oklahoma City Thunder. Meanwhile, the Lakers added Anthony Davis to the roster that already has LeBron James making them one of the best teams in the league. (READ MORE) by Pradhan Muthann | International Business Times

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The Lakers aren’t concerning themselves too much with beating the Clippers in the sure-to-be-epic Battle of L.A. next season, according to Anthony Davis.

The Purple and Gold are strictly focused on winning an NBA championship, says Davis. (READ MORE) by Marcel Mutoni | Slam Online

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