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future and adding established veterans to win now, Los Angeles Lakers head coach Luke Walton says it makes no sense to compete for a championship in the near future.Why? Because the Golden State Warriors are here, and it’s their time to shine."I joke a lot. I said ‘if there's a time to be rebuilding, this is the time to do it,’” Walton said on The Full 48 Podcast with Bleacher Report’s Howard Beck.
“The Warriors don't look like they're going anywhere for a while. They're pretty darn good right now.”The Lakers have been in rebuild mode since before Walton arrived. Los Angeles hasn’t won more than 27 wins since the 2013-14 season and has a 91-237 record over the past four years. They couldn’t even tank correctly at the end of the season, though it worked out for them in the end.But that rebuild got jumpstarted when the team hired franchise legend and
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