Magic Johnson may no longer be president of basketball operations, but he's still extremely tied to the Los Angeles Lakers organization.
The former five-time NBA champion reportedly played a role in the Lakers' free agency pitch to big names such as Kawhi Leonard. Although the Lakers ultimately struck out on Leonard -- the Finals MVP joined the crosstown Los Angeles Clippers instead -- Magic still believes that the Lakers' possible fourth-quarter lineup of LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Kyle Kuzma, Avery Bradley and Danny Green are "almost unbeatable."
Johnson felt so strongly about this that he felt the need to tweet about it.
While it's unclear at this time who the Lakers will play in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter -- it's safe to assume LeBron, Davis, Kuzma and likely Green will be in there -- the Purple and Gold might not even have the best fourth-quarter lineup in Los Angeles.
Obviously, the Clippers have two of the best two-way players in the NBA -- Leonard is widely regarded as the NBA's best perimeter defender and Paul George just finished as a runner-up in Defensive Player of the Year voting -- and they have a rising power forward in Montrezl Harrell, a three-time Sixth Man of the Year in Lou Williams and one of the best defensive guards in the league in Patrick Beverley.