Skip Bayless on Lakers: “They do have a chance to turn into a dynasty. But my gut feeling is this is delusional”

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The most well-known self-proclaimed social justice warrior is staying in LA. The Los Angeles Lakers have signed LeBron James to a two-year, eighty-five million dollar extension, which means LeBron won’t be a free agent again until 2023.

In addition, the Lakers are finalizing a five-year, 190-million-dollar deal to keep big man Anthony Davis in a LA’s uniform.

Award-winning journalist, TV host, and author Skip Bayless discusses whether this is a start of another Lakers championship dynasty:

“LeBron had the greatest 17th-year season in the history of this league. And in Year 18, the Lakers still have 2 of the Top 5 players in the NBA. They do have a chance to turn into a dynasty. But my gut feeling is this is delusional.”