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Lakers Nation NBA Summer League Recap: Day 7 Reviewed by Momizat on . 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 Laker 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 Laker Rating:
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Lakers Nation NBA Summer League Recap: Day 7

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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 with a 1-4 record, and look forward to continue developing as they head into training camp.

Here’s our last video recap from Day 7 of NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.

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  • Marty Susman

    he lake Show needs a plan 2 in case D12 does not stand in front of LA City ha;l & swear the will sign max contract extension next year….

    Drew NOW needs to be gone since this child in a 7 foot body will make the Lakers miserable this coming year because he knows he will get a max in free agency, soooooo that being said he needs to be traded before he makes D12 journey look like child’s play.. Drew is an immature young man & thats being kind… He knows we wanted to trade him & he will just in his mind make us pay for that…… He needs to go & go soon….

    We won a ring with Pau at center but thats not a good thing since Pau is shall we say aside form being slow he is weak in the post…. We need to go after youth, speed & power & there are a few out in NBA land, Cousins, Monroe to name a few…. Send Drew to the Pistons for Monroe & Knight, or role the dice & sent him to the Cav’s for Irving & a ton of draft picks but bottom line Drew needs to be traded & the faster the better…

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/UROHGBXHSXZYP4LJMRYVMN4VCQ Mel

    I like Eyenga, he’s allethic. I hope coach give him playing time.

  • Pau

    Khazzouh would be a better third string center over Sacre. Sacre too slow to play at the NBA level.

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