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With LeBron, Lakers suddenly a betting favorite

The Los Angeles Lakers won a grand total of 35 games last season in the NBA's always-tough Western Conference, but guess who just became one of the oddsmakers' favorites to win it all next season? With the announcement of LeBron James' decision to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers and head for Los Angeles with a four-year, $154 million contract in tow, the betting lines have changed seismically in Las Vegas. While the Golden State Warriors, winners of three of the last four NBA titles, remain the favorites at minus-110 — meaning that a gambler would have to wager $110 to win $100 — the Lakers and the Boston Celtics are next at 7/2, followed by the Rockets at 7/1.

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Blakely: Robert Williams’ latest blunder shows us why he dropped in the draft

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The rocky start continues for Boston's newest Celtic Robert Williams. After oversleeping which delayed his introductory conference call on June 22, Williams was a no-show at practice on Sunday after missing his flight. "Everyone's disappointed," said Celtics summer league coach Jay Larranaga following a 2 ½ hour practice.

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Celtics rookie Robert Williams continues to make terrible first impression with club

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Boston Celtics rookie Robert Williams will have years to impress the hometown fans with his play. Williams continued to dig a deeper hole Sunday, when the team revealed a missed flight led to Williams missing his first day of Summer League practice. Why did Robert Williams miss his first day of Summer League practice?

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Reports: Clippers to meet with Caldwell-Pope, Bradley

The Los Angeles Clippers will kick off free agency by meeting with shooting guards Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Avery Bradley, according to multiple reports. Caldwell-Pope, 25, played for the Los Angeles Lakers last year after four seasons in Detroit and will meet with the Clippers on Monday, according to ESPN. Picked No. 8 overall in 2013 by the Pistons, Caldwell-Pope has averaged 12 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 388 career games.

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