LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, And Jared Dudley Suit Up At Anthony Davis' Wedding

LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, And Jared Dudley Suit Up At Anthony Davis' Wedding

Los Angeles Lakers superstar Anthony Davis won the first ring of his career in 2020 in a sensational way. Well, his second ring seems a lot better than his first. Yes, the Lakers superstar is now married as he tied the knot with Marlen P.

While not much is known about his fiance, Marlen and Davis have a daughter together. Hopefully, Davis has a long and fulfilling marriage with Marlen.

LeBron James and Russell Westbrook, alongside former Laker Jared Dudley, attended the marriage among other guests. The trio looked amazing as they suited up for the occasion. Dudley posted a story on his Instagram account with his former teammates and captioned it with fire emoticons.

Dudley was part of the Lakers through 2019-2021 and won an NBA championship with them as well. He has now opted for the role of an assistant coach with the Dallas Mavericks, where he will have the opportunity to work with Luka Doncic.

While one player left the roster, another joined. Russell Westbrook was traded to the LA Lakers in the offseason and looks ready to finally win the first ring of his career on the court.

Although the Lakers signed multiple NBA veterans this offseason, Westbrook remains the biggest acquisition for the purple and gold. 

As for LeBron James, he and AD have already won a championship together. This time around, they will try for their second championship in the span of three years.

The competition in the league is at an all-time high. In fact, just in the Western Conference teams like the Phoenix Suns, Utah Jazz, and the Golden State Warriors could give the Lakers a run for their money if they are not careful. 

If the Lakers come out of the West, they might face the Milwaukee Bucks or the Brooklyn Nets. The Bucks are the defending NBA champions, so there is no need to explain why they are a threat. On the other hand, the Nets have a super team that can go toe to toe with the Lakers on any given day.

All things considered, the 2021-22 NBA season could make or break the above-mentioned players' legacy.