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It would be hard to find a Los Angeles Laker fan who is not claiming the 2013 NBA title before the season even starts. There is no denying that adding Dwight Howard and Steve Nash to the team make them an immensely better team, but just how good? One of the greatest Lakers of all time is not ready to give L.A. the trophy just yet. James Worthy likes their chances, but does not put them ahead of the defending champs. “I would have to say Miami still has a little edge simply because they won last year,” Worthy said. “It will be so much easier for them to win again because they know how to do it. With them adding Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis they have tremendous scorers and three-point shooters off the bench. Then they also have the greatest player in the game with LeBron James. I give them the edge because they’re defending champions.” So Worthy is picking the Heat for a repeat, but it looks like he thinks they will be facing the Lakers in the Finals, rather than a rematch of la...
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