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Lakers Nation Videos Of The Week: Kobe on LeBron, Pre-Draft Interviews Reviewed by Momizat on . The Los Angles Lakers had four rounds of Lakers pre-draft workouts this past week. The Lakers started off with an individual workout featuring Julius Randle. Th The Los Angles Lakers had four rounds of Lakers pre-draft workouts this past week. The Lakers started off with an individual workout featuring Julius Randle. Th Rating: 0
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Lakers Nation Videos Of The Week: Kobe on LeBron, Pre-Draft Interviews

The Los Angles Lakers had four rounds of Lakers pre-draft workouts this past week. The Lakers started off with an individual workout featuring Julius Randle. The Lakers then had three group workouts on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Plus, Kobe Bryant talked about LeBron James and multiple championships. Check out all of our exclusive interviews with the NBA’s top draft prospects below!

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8. Lakers Invite Marcus Smart Back For A Second Workout

7. Lakers Nation Interviews NBA Draft Prospect P.J. Hairston

6. Julius Randle Shooting Around At Lakers Pre-Draft Workouts

5. Julius Randle Talks Foot, First Time Meeting Kobe

Next Page: Interviews With Julius Randle, Elfrid Payton, Plus Kobe Talks LeBron

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  • Jack Johnson

    Unlike virtually any other aspect of professional life, the NBA crowns a champion every season. The championship is awarded to the team which scored more points than the other team in four out of seven tries during the final round of its lengthy and challenging season. Although it is always hotly contested and debated which team will win–every season, one team does so.

    Typically that team has the best individual player in the world on its team, and that player finds a way to make all of the other players around him better. Accordingly, when a player does not win a championship during his career, it prompts for any and everyone to evaluate just how great of a player he was.

    • psedog

      Robert Horry has 7. Does that make him better than Jordan? Of course not, that why Rings don’t mean everything. For a Couch on the other hand it does. In my humble opinion.

  • Darrick Gathright Jr.

    You only count rings when comparing the greats amongst other greats. Those who were predominantly role players don’t reach the discussion. If players like Malone and Barkley had won more, they would be considered the greatest power fowards for leading their teams as have Duncan for his. Kill me with that ‘Rings’ are not important when that is what you fight for your whole career. Of course it’s hard to get one because only the greatest of the greats can collect individual merit along with the achievements that come along with leading your team to the promise land for as much as you can. In the immortal words of Herm Edwards: “Helllloooo. You play to win the Game.”

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