Jalen Rose LOVED what he saw from LeBron & the Lakers vs. Celtics | Jalen & Jacoby

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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Jalen Rose LOVED what he saw from LeBron & the Lakers vs. Celtics | Jalen & Jacoby” – below is their description.

Jalen & Jacoby break down LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook’s dominant display in the LA Lakers’ 117-102 win over the Celtics, but is questioned how far they can go if they are to make the NBA Playoffs.

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