Luke Walton doesn’t have Twitter. He dislikes social media so much that he recently encouraged an assistant coach to quit it cold turkey. It’s why messages sent out Saturday by Lakers brass probably weren’t so much intended for the team’s coach as they were definitely meant to be seen by others....


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