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Smush Parker thinks he and Kobe Bryant could have been the best backcourt in Lakers history

He also wants to dominate at three-on-three with Kobe and Lamar Odom because of course he does.

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Former Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant recently said on the radio that he is willing to help out the team behind the scenes if they want his aid.

Former Lakers roster spot holder Smush Parker didn’t say he was willing to help the team during a recent interview with TMZ Sports, but he left no doubt that he feels he could have attained superstardom along with Bryant if they had handled their relationship better.

"I wholeheartedly, no doubt in my mind, believe we could have been the best back court in Lakers history," Parker said.

Technically anything is possible. Ronnie Price and Wayne Ellington COULD have been the best back court in Lakers history too if literally no one else had ever played for the franchise.

Because this is too bizarre to truly describe, just watch the video below, in which Parker also claims he wants to join Ice Cube’s new three-on-three league with Bryant and Lamar Odom:

This has been your regularly scheduled Smush Parker update. Tune back in next year.

Harrison Faigen is co-host of the Locked on Lakers podcast (subscribe here), and you can follow him on Twitter at @hmfaigen.

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