Amin Elhassan predicts Heat will beat the Lakers in 6 | The Jump

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    On The Jump, Amin Elhassan explains why he expects the Miami Heat to defend LeBron James in the 2020 NBA Finals, then predicts that the Heat will beat the Los Angeles Lakers in six games. #NBA #NBAFinals #TheJump

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