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Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade believes the Los Angeles Lakers have a lot of upside heading toward the 2019-20 NBA season, but he said it could take a while for the team to reach its potential.
The Lakers front office responded to a disappointing first season of the LeBron Era in L.A. by bolstering the roster with a series of additions, led by Anthony Davis, Danny Green, Avery Bradley and Dwight Howard, who replaced DeMarcus Cousins after the latter suffered a torn ACL in an offseason workout.
"The talent and the roster is great top to bottom," Wade told Brandon 'Scoop B' Robinson of Heavy.
"It's just going to take some time to get it together and get the continuity together."