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Dudley, who signed a one-year, $2.6?million contract Wednesday, said the potential Big Three of LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Leonard would trump recent versions of the game's best trios.?
“It compares to the Heat, but a little bit more on steroids,” Jared Dudley?said on?“The Woj Pod" on Wednesday. “And the reason why I say that is because you arguably have three of the top five best players."
James signed with the Lakers last offseason, while Davis was acquired via trade from the New Orleans Pelicans in June. Leonard remains the top unsigned free agent.
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“AD, a year ago you could’ve argued him as being a top two or three player in the league,” Dudley added. “Kawhi Leonard this year, taking his team to winning a championship. LeBron, his accolades speak for themselves.”
Dudley added that while a Big Three would be the ideal core for any NBA championship run, the right mix of role players could be just as vital.?
“If the Lakers get Kawhi, then yes, you’re right there, you have all the talent,” Dudley said. “But it’s different because I’m signed for the minimum. You’re going to have minimum guys, you’re going to have to have key veterans step up in big moments and it’s not just gonna be easy if you get someone like that.”
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: New Lakers forward Jared Dudley says Kawhi Leonard would give Lakers a Big Three 'on steroids'
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