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GILBERT ARENAS WARNED EVERYONE about the Davis and Lebron pairing


In August last year, before the start of the 2020 NBA season, Gilbert Arenas warned about the most dominant pairing in recent NBA history. During that time, people still had doubts about the Laker's off-season moves, but not Gil.

While fans and media were still discussing whether or not the Lakers had given up too much for Anthony Davis, in a trade orchestrated by Lebron James, Arenas used his "No Chill Gil" platform to send out a fair warning to every team in the league.

Seeing how the 2020 season ended with the Lakers winning their seventeenth NBA championship, it's safe to say that Gilbert made a bold prediction that came true. Say what you want about Agent Zero, but he sure does know basketball.

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