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The wins the Lakers will get next season according to ESPN

By James Brown

The wins the Lakers will get next season according to ESPN

ESPN released its projections for the new season. 

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Ahead of the new NBA season and with the calendar in hand, experts begin to make their projections for the new season. A common practice, but despite being based on statistics, it is still pure speculation.

After a terrible campaign last season, the Los Angeles Lakers are hoping to return to the top of the Western Conference. Regardless of what happens with the possible departure of Russell Westbrook and the possible arrival of Kyrie Irving, the Lakers are hoping for a significant improvement this upcoming season. With the arrival of Darvin Ham and the rejuvenation of the roster, it should be enough for the Lakers to improve their numbers this upcoming season.

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But according to ESPN, it won't make much of a difference this year. According to the experts of the famous sports network, the Los Angeles Lakers will finish the season with a record of 42 wins and 40 losses. This record would be enough to qualify for the postseason, but that is not what the Lakers are planning to do, as they want to be in the top 4 of the conference.

The season begins on October 18 when the Los Angeles Lakers visit the Chase Center to face the reigning NBA champions, the Golden State Warriors. There is no doubt that this season is generating a lot of excitement for the lakers fans who are hoping that the team will return to the top of the league and leave behind the bad season they had last year.

The roster is not yet complete

Rumors continue to spread about the possible arrival of certain players. Kyrie Irving, Myles Turner, Buddy Hield, and even Zack Lavine are some of the names that are being mentioned to join the Los Angeles Lakers. However, this will not be possible until some team is willing to take responsibility for Russell Westbrook. Without a doubt, the Lakers have to do whatever it takes to compete for the title and even more after LeBron James renewed his contract. The next few days will be crucial for the new season.

 

 


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