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Lakers Players Tweets of the Week: February 16 – February 23 Reviewed by Momizat on . The Los Angeles Lakers have returned from their All-Star break and it was an eventful few days for the team. Many players found their way to New Orleans and doc The Los Angeles Lakers have returned from their All-Star break and it was an eventful few days for the team. Many players found their way to New Orleans and doc Rating: 0
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Lakers Players Tweets of the Week: February 16 – February 23

The Los Angeles Lakers have returned from their All-Star break and it was an eventful few days for the team. Many players found their way to New Orleans and documented the trip via social media. From the events on Friday night to the main showcase on Sunday, there was a lot happening on Twitter over the weekend.

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The players then had to return to reality and get back to wearing the purple and gold. The post All-Star break week has begun and the Lakers got off to a fast start thanks to MarShon Brooks and Kent Bazemore.

1. Kobe Bryant reacts to the Steve Blake trade

2. Kendall Marshall wishing everyone a good morning

3. Chris Kaman had fun with fans after the trade deadline

4. Pau Gasol is happy to still be a member of the Lakers and looks forward to the rest of the season

5. Kent Bazemore seems to anxious to interact with Lakers fans

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