LeBron James responds to age criticisms of new Lakers roster

After trading three players in a deal to acquire Russell Westbrook from the Washington Wizards, the Los Angeles Lakers needed to revamp the roster in a major way.

Los Angeles had over 10 free agents entering the market, which made matters more complicated in terms of retaining key pieces to the roster. Alex Caruso was a vital rotational reserve who departed to the Chicago Bulls on a four-year, $37 million deal because the Lakers didn’t want to pay him that.

So far, the Lakers have pursued several win-now veterans on minimum deals to round out the roster in hopes of optimizing the open championship window with LeBron James and Anthony Davis at the helm.

Veterans like Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard, Wayne Ellington, Trevor Ariza and Kent Bazemore have all joined L.A. to win a title.

But the moves have generated criticism from the NBA world because of the collective

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Dak Prescott responds to SportsCenter social media troll

The Dallas Cowboys have become a punchline for their lack of playoff success in the past 25 years. The team’s starting quarterbacks always get heat on social media, and Dak Prescott is all too familiar with it.

SportsCenter posted a tweet from NFL memes on Instagram that highlighted NFC Championship appearance games since 1997. It showed none for the Dallas Cowboys, and one for Tom Brady, who is in his first season in the conference with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Prescott, who missed all but five games this season due to an ankle injury suffered in Week 5 against the New York Giants, made sure to get his word in:

The Cowboys were 2-3 in games Prescott started this season, and who knows what

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