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Jerry West is historically one of the greatest members of the Los Angeles Lakers fraternity.
He was on the 1971-72 team that set the standing record of most wins in-a-row.
West like many others sees LeBron James and the Miami Heat knocking at the door of history and he is more than willing to let them in.
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Former Lakers great Jerry West believes the Miami Heat have a great chance at breaking his '71-'72 Lakers' record winning streak.
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