LeBron James and Anthony Davis have both agreed to extensions with the Los Angeles Lakers. And for James, it means he could add more titles to his already legendary career and garner more records and accolades in LA. But could James actually ultimately be remembered as a Laker? Sports Illustrated host Robin Lundberg, SI's Ben Pickman and "The Fantasy Exec" Corey Parson discussed.
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