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Lakers need to hold on to Kyle Kuzma for dear life – Stephen A. Smith | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman of First Take get into a heated debate on whether or not the Los Angeles Lakers need to trade Kyle Kuzma for another NBA star. Stephen A. explains why the Lakers should hold on to Kuzma for dear life and try to sign Anthony Davis.

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5 Thoughts to “Lakers need to hold on to Kyle Kuzma for dear life – Stephen A. Smith | First Take”

  1. Blessed Up

    KUZMA IS BETTER THEN TATUM!! Numbers don’t lie…. kuzma averages more points and rebounds then Tatum stop calling Kuzma a knockoff version of Tatum when it’s the other way around ❗️❗️❗️

  2. Trevel The Critic

    Media stay disrespecting Lonzo that man affects the game without being a scorer. Literally runs the offense so everyone can get easy shots and he is a great defender. Once he develops into an efficient offensive player he will be one the best two way players in the game. It would be a mistake trading him.

  3. Lakerfansince July 1,2018

    3:08 pause

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    Stephen A’s Hair roots are holding on for dear life.

  5. Tyrell

    Trading Lonzo will be the worst mistake. You don’t trade true point guards.
    Lonzo not going anywhere Laker for life.

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