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Jimmy and Jey Uso return to face The Street Profits


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Jimmy and Jey Uso return to face The Street Profits

Jimmy and Jey Uso returned to their dynamic tag team past on Friday Night SmackDown in a showdown with The Street Profits. Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford did everything they could to disrupt the Tribal Family as Roman Reigns observed his cousin’s performance.

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Chris Broussard on why Lakers should be the favorites in the West, talks LeBron’s return | UNDISPUTED

Despite ending the regular season on a five-game winning streak, the Los Angeles Lakers will face the Golden State Warriors in the play-in tournament on Wednesday. Lakers fans had a brief scare last night when LeBron James appeared to tweak his right ankle and was slow to get up. But after the game LeBron said he’ll be fine, and when asked about facing Steph Curry in the playoffs again, he said QUOTE: ‘We’re playing versus, in my opinion, the MVP of our league this year in Steph. We got to be prepared for everything they have. They have championship DNA.’ Hear what Chris Broussard has to say about the Lakers heading into the postseason.

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Chris Broussard: LeBron’s return makes Lakers the favorites in West, but not in the Finals | UNDISPUTED

LeBron James is likely to play against the New York Knicks tonight as he recovers from a sore right ankle. Los Angeles Lakers coach Frank Vogel said that LeBron was a full participant in practice yesterday, which seems to be a good indicator that his injury has recovered well after taking the past 4 games off. Before that, LeBron had missed 6 weeks due to the ankle sprain, and has already told reporters that his body will never get back to 100 percent for the rest of his career. Chris Broussard joins Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless to discuss why LeBron’s return makes the Lakers the favorites in the Western Conference, but not in the NBA Finals.

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