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Elisa Hernandez

Official reporter for LakersNation.com covering your beloved L.A. D-Fenders and much more. Proud USC student studying Broadcast Journalism at Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism. Follow me on twitter @EBHernandez_LA and Instagram: @Hernandez_LA ...Go Trojans & Go Lakers!

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Lakers Nation NBA Summer League Recap: Day 7

The Lakers ended their Summer League run on Thursday with a good old rivalry game versus the L.A. Clippers. After a long week of disappointing losses, the Lakers were finally able to come away with victory, beating the Clippers 75-69. Christian Eyenga led the Lakers in scoring with 22 points, while Julian Khazzouh added another 16 points and six rebounds. With this win the Lakers ended the NBA Summer League ...

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Lakers Nation NBA Summer League Recap: Day 6

With the Lakers Summer League coming to a close on Thursday, the team looks to end the week on a positive note. In their last game L.A. will face their cross town rivals the L.A. Clippers, in  hopes of coming away with a win and bragging rights. We caught up with Lakers guard Darius Morris and rookie Robert Sacre as they take a look back on their Summer League experience. Here’s our video recap from Day 6 o ...

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Lakers Nation NBA Summer League Recap: Day 5

After suffering their worst lost of the Summer League the Lakers took the floor versus the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday. The Lakers, who were still in the hunt for their first win, unfortunately fell to the Spurs 92-81. Lakers guard Darius Morris led the team in scoring with 24 points, and also added four assists, while center Robert Sacre added another 14 points and seven rebounds. The Lakers will end thei ...

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Robert Sacre Discusses Lakers Performance in NBA Summer League

The Lakers went into last nights game looking to prevent their third consecutive loss, taking on the defending NBA champion Miami Heat. Unfortunately, the Lakers suffered their worst loss of the week falling to the Heat 106-56. The Lakers 50-point loss was the largest margin of victory in a NBA Summer League Game. Since the start of the Summer League the Lakers have struggled offensively, averaging just 28 ...

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Behind the Scenes in Vegas: 2012 NBA Summer League Experience

Hundreds of fans came out to support their favorite teams as the 2012 NBA Summer League rolled into town. The COX Pavilion and Thomas and Mack Center at UNLV in Las Vegas was the home of high flying action. For a week fans were able to get up close and personal with the future rising stars of the NBA. Despite the 100-degree weather and thunderstorms, fans couldn't pass up the opportunity to see division riv ...

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Robert Sacre Makes Unexpected Appearance at NBA Summer League

Lakers center Robert Sacre wasn't in action on Sunday night, but he still couldn't stay away from the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. We caught up with the seven foot center following the D-League Select team's win over the Washington Wizards. *Note: Ignore the inconsiderate fans that walked in front of the camera. Sacre made sure to express his displeasure. httpvhd://youtu.be/3oJQwZx1Sh8 ...

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L.A. D-Fenders Mardy Collins Speaks on Summer League Expectations

With no games scheduled for the Lakers on day three of the NBA Summer League, we checked in on L.A. D-Fender Mardy Collins, who took the floor with the NBA D-League select team. The D-League Select team defeated the Washington Wizards 85-78. Collins scored eight points on 2-9 shooting, but he also snagged four steals and two rebounds. Collins spoke on his expectations for the week. Here’s our video from the ...

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