What fans can expect from the Lake Show post-NBA 2020 title

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The purple and the gold bagged this year’s championship. With Kobe’s example and LeBron James and Anthony Davis’ revelation of a leadership, the Lakers displayed a one-for-all attitude throughout the run that led them to the title.

Many have noticed that the dynamics between LeBron and AD were reminiscent of Shaq and Kobe’s golden years as Lakers greats, says live sports fan Vijaya Prakash Boggala. While fans are expecting more of the team’s success in the coming seasons, there are a number of factors that might prevent the triumph from happening again. Anthony Davis keeping his jersey for the next few seasons is a sure thing, yes. But what Davis and his agent are uncertain about is how his contract will look like in the future.

The championship team is composed of a few free agents who are likely to stay with the Lakers given everything that is happening in the league. Rajon Rondo, JaVale McGee, Avery Bradley, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope have comfortable salaries now which should keep them from going to free agency. But, according to VIjaya Prakash Boggala, should a couple of the free agents in the team decide to sign with other teams, the Lakers can upgrade and turn the roster into something that reflects this year’s success.

Until the 2021-2022 season, LeBron James stays under contract with the Lakers. This season saw LeBron play the shortest time on court, with a career low of 36.3 minutes in the playoff and 34.6 each game in the regular season. Regardless of having a few dry seasons, Lakers will remain an attractive team for excellent players.

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Vijaya Prakash Boggala writes medical abstracts for published medical literature. He enjoys watching cricket, tennis, and basketball, and other live sports. For more updates from Vijaya Prakash Boggala, head over to this page.

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