Los Angeles Lakers Projected Starting Lineup Vs. Raptors

The Los Angeles Lakers won their last game against the Chicago Bulls, but they may not be that lucky tonight. The team is confronting one of the best players in the NBA. The Toronto Raptors won’t be an easy bite to swallow.

LeBron James has a history with the team. He defeated the Raptors with the help of Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving. The Raptors own a 48-20 record at this point of the season, and own the second seed in the Eastern Conference. Who will join LeBron in the starting lineup tonight?

Rajon Rondo struggles with his defense, and he will also have to work on his assist hunting. Maybe the Lakers should try Alex Caruso.

Reggie Bullock has been starting since the very first moment he joined the team.

Kyle Kuzma returned to the starting five, and he is doing a good job for the team.

JaVale McGee may be replaced with Moe Wagner as the team is more interested in his future.

LeBron James has restricted minutes on the floor, but he is definitely starting. Lakers fans will see less of him for the rest of the season.

“I’ll be watching it if we’re not in there, and it looks like our chances are slim to none after each and every game, and so many teams in the West are playing well,” LeBron said of the postseason. “So you try to get better, but this won’t be the last time I’ll be in the postseason.”

“Obviously, I would love for the team to be in the postseason. Even if I’m not a part of it, the postseason I’ve always loved. But right now, it’s not the hand I was dealt, so you play the hand that you were dealt until the dealer shuffles the cards and you’re dealt another hand and can do that.”

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