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Lakers Nation Tweets Of The Week: Goodbye Metta, Hello Kaman, Young

Missed the tweets of the week? Don’t stress, check out the top 10 tweets of the week that informs you of all the Laker happenings during free agency.

The Lakers have signed Chris Kaman, Nick Young, and Wesley Johnson. The Lakers have decided to part way with Metta World Peace, and are interested in bringing Jordan Farmar back to the roster. Plus, did Dwight Howard say that he would stay with the Lakers if Kobe was amnestied?

1. The Lakers have decided to use their amnesty clause on Metta World Peace. Thank you for all the memories. You will be missed.

 

2. We love you Metta!

 

3. Welcome to L.A., Kaman.

 

4. Kobe explains why he unfollowed Dwight Howard on twitter.

 

5. Sacre!

 

6. Apparently Dwight Howard asked for Kobe be to amnestied. What?!

 

7. Welcome Nick Young.

 

8. Great answer!

 

9. Welcome Wesley Johnson.

 

10. Lakers are interested in signing Jordan Farmar, but his contract won’t be finalized until a buyout is resolved with Turkish club Anadolu Efes. Either way, it looks like Kobe is excited for the upcoming season.

 

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