The NBA might be making one of its biggest mistakes right now by allowing DeMarcus Cousins (probably the best center in the league) to join the Golden State Warriors for just 5 million. I like (or maybe I should say "liked") the NBA more than the NFL and other leagues, but I see why the NFL is so controlling. Players only care about themselves, which is fine, but the league needs to protect itself too. The previous commissioner stopped Chris Paul from going to the Lakers with Kobe, the current commissioner has now allowed GSW to get 5 allstars. I'm not sure if an entire starting lineup being allstars has happened before. It's just gross and hurts the league.
Boston is probably the only team that could give them a tough series at this point. Now the Lakers need Kawhi and a good big man like Anthony Davis and they still might not beat GSW. Allowing players to do so much has started to hurt the league. What if John Wall, Blake Griffin, or whoever else says they're tired of losing and jumps on the GSW bandwagon for a very cheap cost - there has to be a stopping point. I'll give Cousins a tiny bit of credit for wanting to win, while Paul George is cool going fishing and partying in Oklahoma with Westbrook.