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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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D-Fenders Blow Past Bighorns for Seventh Straight Win

The Los Angeles D-Fenders got a huge win over the Reno Bighorns Wednesday night, blowing out the Bighorns 117-89.  The D-Fenders clinched first place in the NBA Development League Western Conference. This is the first time in franchise history that the D-Fenders maintain a number one spot. The D-Fenders improved to 34-11 on the season and earned their seventh straight win. D-Fenders forward Jamario Moon led ...

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New Jersey Nets’ Gerald Green: Taking Advantage of the NBA Stage

This season alone the NBA Development League has had 36 players receive call-ups to play in the NBA. Six of those players where from the Los Angeles D-Fenders. Once a player is called up, the pressure is put on them to take advantage of that opportunity. The D-League gives players a chance to showcase their talents and develop their skills, and considers itself the home of NBA prospects. This has proven tru ...

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D-Fenders Clinch Playoff Berth in the Win Over the Stampede

The Los Angeles D-Fenders pulled out a close win Saturday night, beating the Idaho Stampede 106-105. Improving to 31-11 on the season, the D-Fenders became the first NBA D-League team to secure a spot in this season's playoffs. In the win over the Stampede the D-Fenders clinched a playoff berth for the first time since the 2007-08 season. After having a short four-point lead at the end of the first quarter, ...

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D-Fenders Ride The Free Throw Line To Victory

The Los Angeles D-Fenders got a big win on Monday night, beating the Idaho Stampede 108-99. The D-Fenders improved to 30-11, becoming the first team in the D-League to win 30 games. After taking the lead near the end of the first quarter the D-Fenders didn't look back, maintaining the lead for the remainder of the game. The D-Fenders' Jamario Moon had another impressive performance, and was named player of ...

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L.A D-Fenders Hold Off The Dakota Wizards

The Los Angeles D-Fenders improve to 29-11 after getting a clutch win over the Dakota Wizards Saturday night. L.A. pulled out a 99-98 win despite allowing Wizards forward Edwin Ubiles and Marcus Dove to combine for 41 points. Returning home to a sold-out crowd at the Toyota Sports Center, the D-Fenders picked up where they left off, getting their 12th win in 13 games. Despite having point guards Mardy Colli ...

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D-Fenders Look to Pick Off From Where They Left Off

After the D-Fenders had their winning streak snapped by the Idaho Stampede, they bounced back by beating the Fort Wayne Mad Ants 117-91 Saturday night. Gurad Elijah Millsap ended the game with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists accumulating his second triple-double of the season. The D-Fenders defense stepped up big keeping the Mad Ants to only 33 points on 36 percent shooting in the first half. The D-Fe ...

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