How the Lakers will have to adjust vs. the Bucks without LeBron | SportsCenter

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How the Lakers will have to adjust vs. the Bucks without LeBron | SportsCenter

Tim Legler joins SportsCenter to discuss expectations for the upcoming matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Milwaukee Bucks.

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