Stephen A. reacts to Jared Dudley saying Paul George’s ‘disrespectful’ comments motivated the Lakers

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Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman weigh in on Jared Dudley claiming that the Lakers’ NBA championship run was motivated by Paul George making “disrespectful” comments that the Clippers were the team to beat in Los Angeles.

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