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Byron Scott Is Still Being Stupid About D'Angelo Russell

Byron Scott Is Still Being Stupid About D'Angelo Russell Updated Nov 25 (yesterday)
As a basketball fan, one of life’s simplest pleasures is waking up each day and knowing there is a good chance that Lakers head coach Byron Scott is going to do or say something that is hilariously dumb. Last night, he did not disappoint.Read more...
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