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Lakers' Vogel gets out front setting a serious tone from Day 1

LOS ANGELES_The proliferation of superstar duos around the NBA isn't of much concern to Los Angeles Lakers Coach Frank Vogel.

"I think we got the best of 'em, of all the duos," Vogel said Saturday afternoon. "We have two top-five players, two guys that really just do it all. You know what I mean? And I'd put those

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