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Rob Pelinka's master plan to recreate the 2020 Lakers championship team & title

By James Brown

The Lakers had a great offseason, but between the GM's interviews statements and the recent signings, the strategy the team is looking to implement can be deduced

The Lakers had a great offseason, but between the GM's interviews statements and the recent signings, the strategy the team is looking to implement can be deduced

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The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to accomplish the ultimate goal in the next campaign, become the NBA Champions and get their 18th title and trophy of the franchise history.

To do that, coach Ham and GM Rob Pelinka have created a plan, as they are doing movements to replicate as most as they can the roster and strategy that worked for them in the 2020 Championship title in the bubble.

During the Summer League, Pelinka said that the Lakers signed Jaxson Hayes after talking to Anthony Davis as they want to replicate having two bigs on the lineups, just like in 2020 with JaVale McGee and Dwight Howard. This time with AD and Hayes.

Jaxson Hayes was signed to be the 'new' version of Dwight Howard and now has been revealed that the signing of Taurean Prince was thought of as the 'new' version of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. With this, the Lakers have shown the master plan of following as most as they can the 2020 championship formula with their game strategy and roster.

The Lakers' new Big 3 actually works

After the failed experiment of signing Russell Westbrook to create a Big 3 for the Lakers. The team has found a new one that works, this time with Austin Reaves who is set to become more of a playmaker in the upcoming campaign according to reports by NBA insiders like Shams Charania and Jovan Buha.
 


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