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Lakers Dunk of The Week: Steve Nash With the Oop Pass to Dwight Reviewed by Momizat on . The Lakers came back from the All-Star break with some emotional news. Longtime Lakers owner Dr. Jerry Buss passed away at the age of 80 on Monday morning. Coin The Lakers came back from the All-Star break with some emotional news. Longtime Lakers owner Dr. Jerry Buss passed away at the age of 80 on Monday morning. Coin Rating:
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Lakers Dunk of The Week: Steve Nash With the Oop Pass to Dwight

The Lakers came back from the All-Star break with some emotional news. Longtime Lakers owner Dr. Jerry Buss passed away at the age of 80 on Monday morning. Coincidentally, the Lakers first game back from the break, and the first game played in the memory of Dr. Buss also happened to be against their Eastern Conference rival Boston Celtics. With a pre-game ceremony for the books, it will be a game always remembered. It was also filled with some pretty decent dunks too.

Check out this week’s episode of Lakers dunk of the week. Earl Clark stole the runner-up spot after a put-back dunk, just moments after he was stuffed by Kevin Garnett. But, which assist from Steve Nash resulted in an alley-oop pass for the slam?

*Note: Submissions for this week ended Friday at 5pm (Lakers vs. Trail Blazers will be taken into consideration for next week)

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