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June 17, 2010 - Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES - epa02208503 Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant (R) holds up the MVP trophy and the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy as teammate Derek Fisher (L) looks on after defeating the Boston Celtics in game seven of the NBA Finals at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, USA, 17 June 2010. The Lakers defeated the Celtics 83-79 to win their 16th championships.

Yes, the Lakers won the 2009-2010 championship, but many of their players got injured along the way.  Kobe Bryant was playing hurt in Game 7  of the Finals, while Luke Walton didn’t play at all.  So, this summer both players dedicated their time in order to fix their injuries.  Walton worked with many specialist to fix his back, while Kobe spent the off season rehabbing his knee.  By the looks of it, these players will be ready to go come training camp and will be set for another title run.

Walton and Bryant working hard to get back in shape: Lakers.com BasketBlog

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