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NBA 2019-20 bubble restart burning questions: Are Lakers, Clippers best of the West? What's at stake for Bucks?

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USA TODAY Sports experts reveal the burning questions that they want answered as the 2019-20 NBA season restarts in the Orlando bubble.
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News video: Ric Bucher: Clippers need to demonstrate they are better than the Lakers in tonight's matchup

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In tonight's NBA opener, the Clippers will matchup against LeBron James and the Lakers. Both teams will have much to prove, but for Ric Bucher, the Clippers will need to demonstrate that they are the best team in the West.

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