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Lakers Practice VIDEOS: Nick Young On Kobe Shoes And LeBron Charges Reviewed by Momizat on . The Los Angeles Lakers participated in a light practice on Christmas Eve, in preparation for their Christmas Day game against the Miami Heat. With Jordan Farmar The Los Angeles Lakers participated in a light practice on Christmas Eve, in preparation for their Christmas Day game against the Miami Heat. With Jordan Farmar Rating: 0
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Lakers Practice VIDEOS: Nick Young On Kobe Shoes And LeBron Charges

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The Los Angeles Lakers participated in a light practice on Christmas Eve, in preparation for their Christmas Day game against the Miami Heat. With Jordan Farmar back in the starting lineup, Wednesday afternoon becomes a bit more exciting. D’Antoni suggests, however, that Farmar will be playing in short bursts. D’Antoni also apologizes to Lakers fans today for the comments he made to frustrated Lakers fans. Farmar discusses the plan for Christmas Day and makes fun of Nick Young. Nick Young says he might think twice about taking a charge from LeBron James this Christmas and says James Worthy could use some Rogaine for Christmas. Plus, will Young be wearing Kobe shoes tomorrow? Check out our Lakers practice videos below and don’t forget to subscribe to our Lakers Nation YouTube Channel!

Mike D’Antoni Apologizes To Lakers Fans For Comments


Jordan Farmar On Being Cleared To Play, Plus Pokes Fun At Nick Young

Nick Young Says He’d Give James Worthy Rogaine For Christmas, Talks Christmas Day Game Vs. Miami Heat, Plus Will He Be Wearing Kobe Shoes And Would He Take A Charge From LeBron James?


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  • Gregory Choa

    LMFAO – Nick Young, “…somebody’s gotta wear the new Kobe’s!”
    There you go Swaggy P., get your swag on!

  • lakers4life

    Sometimes I think some Lakers fan are so ignorant. Not people who post here but mostly the guys who comment on facebook.

    Look, MDA has done a damn good job. Although his comment was stupid and really uncalled for, I would be pretty pissed myself if I read through the comments. Fans should be cheering for the team (Players AND Coach) no matter the outcome. Every time we win “OMG Lakers 2014 champs Pau Gasol soo good blah blah blah” every time we lose “Fire MDA we want Phil, trade Gasol we need to be younger”. Personally I think people just have to calm down.

    This team isn’t like last year with high expectations, being 13-15 in reality is a pretty good job done by MDA. These guys aren’t proven players, these guys are barely hanging on in the league (with exception of Young, Farmar, etc) guys like Henry, Johnson LOVE MDA cause he gave them a chance for them to redeem themsleves.

    So please everyone STFU about firing MDA and just go with the flow

    • Gregory Choa

      Evidently, Flea didn’t get your note…

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