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Lakers 2014 Exit Interviews: Kaman, Hill, Farmar, Nash, Young (VIDEOS) Reviewed by Momizat on . In the first day of the 2014 Lakers exit interviews, bigs Chris Kaman and Jordan Hill discussed difficulties of where to belong in Mike D'Antoni's system. Jorda In the first day of the 2014 Lakers exit interviews, bigs Chris Kaman and Jordan Hill discussed difficulties of where to belong in Mike D'Antoni's system. Jorda Rating: 0
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Lakers 2014 Exit Interviews: Kaman, Hill, Farmar, Nash, Young (VIDEOS)

In the first day of the 2014 Lakers exit interviews, bigs Chris Kaman and Jordan Hill discussed difficulties of where to belong in Mike D’Antoni’s system. Jordan Farmar and Nick Young both expressed hope to return to the Lakers next year, though Young made it clear that money will be an issue. Steve Nash, honestly but somberly told the media that the Lakers cannot rely on him. Check out our videos below and for more head over to our YouTube Channel.

CHRIS KAMAN: On Difficulties Of Staying Positive, Wants To Flush The Season Like Kobe Bryant


JORDAN HILL: Talks Relationship With Mike D’Antoni, Calls Chris Kaman A Butthole


JORDAN FARMAR: Thinks He’s Proved Himself Out Of The 3rd String Role, Says “Kobe’s Kobe. He Doesn’t Change For Anybody”

NICK YOUNG: Does He See Himself A Laker Next Year? Does He Really Have A New Book Coming Out? Plus, Young Addresses His Latest Feature On TMZ


STEVE NASH: What Is Left For Steve Nash To Achieve? Readdresses Money Comments Made In Grantland Documentary


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  • Jim213

    Tough season but on the plus side you can finally give your swollen foot a rest.

  • hookedonnews

    If Kaman came in expecting to play the old twin towers offense he wasn’t paying attention. That’s mind boggling to me. It was obvious he was brought there to back up Gasol.

  • Gregory Gaylen

    Mitch really needs to figure out what style of basketball the Lakers are going to play for the next 10 years and make some decisive moves to get the best HC and then fill the roster with players that can achieve that goal. If Kobe, Gasol, Kamen, et al., want to go play for Phil in NY, by all means, go do that thing. Lakers need to start from scratch and do it right.

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