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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Stephen A. responds to Tyronn Lue denying the Clippers ducked the Lakers | First Take” – below is their description.
Stephen A. responds to Tyronn Lue denying the Clippers ducked the Lakers | First Take
Stephen A. Smith responds to Tyronn Lue’s denial that the LA Clippers were trying to duck the Los Angeles Lakers by resting star players Kawhi Leonard and Paul George ahead of the postseason.
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