Gabe Zaldivar

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Anthony Davis is coming to the LA Lakers from the New Orleans Pelicans. That's in exchange for some of the Lakers' younger talent.

The NBA is on a trading frenzy

Anthony Davis is coming to the LA Lakers from the New Orleans Pelicans. That's in exchange for some of the Lakers' younger talent.

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Magic Johnson announced on Tuesday that he’s stepping down as president of basketball operations for the LA Lakers.

Magic Johnson stuns sports world by quitting as president of the Lakers

Magic Johnson announced on Tuesday that he’s stepping down as president of basketball operations for the LA Lakers.

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