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Despite solid numbers from LeBron James (34 points on 13-of-23 shooting, 11 rebounds, five assists) and Anthony Davis (33 points on 15-of-26 shooting, 11 rebounds two assists), the Los Angeles Lakers blew a double-digit lead in a season-opening 121-114 loss to Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors at Staples Center. Following the game, veteran sports media personality Chris Broussard gave his opinion about the Lakers’ Big Three: “LeBron knows Big 3s take a while to come together. … This is not going to be a Big 3 where all 3 guys put up star numbers. Russell Westbrook’s numbers are going to be far lower than we’ve come to expect from him. They need to play through AD and LeBron.”