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The Lakers last real memory of Sasha Vujacic was him sinking two free throws in Game 7 of the 2010 Finals to put the game — and the series — on ice and bring home the Lakers 16th title. After the 2010 season, Vujacic was traded to the New Jersey Nets in December of the 2010-11 season.

Following the summer, Vujacic would then head overseas to play for Anadolu Efes in Turkey, where he would re-unite with ex-teammate (from both the Lakers and the Nets) Jordan Farmar. Vujacic had been in Turkey since the summer of 2011 — until now. According to ESPN’s Mark Stein, The Machine is trying to make his return back to the NBA and has been working out with the Lakers.

It’s not clear whether the Lakers have any real interest in Vujacic, but him being invited to training camp would prove to be awfully interesting. Vujacic had some success in Phil Jackson’s triangle offense, but his game is much more suited for the way head coach Mike D’Antoni likes to run his offense.

Vujacic is a career 37 percent three-point shooter and can create his own shot off the dribble. While he wasn’t always the greatest defender, he was feisty on that side of the ball and worked hard to stay within the scheme.

Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol, and Farmar are all familiar with his game and assistant coach Kurt Rambis was on Jackson’s staff during Vujacic’s years with the Lakers.

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  • Paytc

    Let me just comment before all the Sasha fans do….
    At this point we need a few more defensive minded players.Sasha can knock down a few open shots, but I think Nash can do that. Young,Henry,Kobe,Westley,Meeks,Gasol,etc… gives us enough scoring punch.Defense,defense,defense, is what we need to focus on to round out the team in my opinion.

    • Daryl Peek

      Agreed. Let me add this; Sasha is a sentimental, triangle favorite. It is that mentality many Lakers fans are stuck on. This team is not being built like that. Loved the Machine but we must move on…

      • Paytc

        I agree with you on that. People failed to acknowledge because PJ was successful and won the last two of the Lakers back to back titles they he and the team became the most film studied in the league.Because of the predictability it was easy for Dallas to game plan and defeat them.Yes they need to find another identity and realize PJ and the triangle offense is no longer the format they are under.Good luck to Sasha wherever he lands…. this is never personal.Stictly business……

    • richard

      agree.. but last time I checked.. Sasha was a feisty defender that gets into opposing players skin.. he doesnt back down fights for position every time… what else could you look for … he gave Paul problems when Paul was in NO… he is a better player than Meeks both in stats and ball handling ability. He can play multiple positions from 1-3… He is quick on his feet to stay in front of quick PG’s and strong enough to hold his own against elite shooting guards, having learned and played defense against Kobe.

      I think he will be a great addition to the roster. Plus he can shoot free throws in clutch

      • vdogg

        are you freaking kidding me? no way is he better than meeks. feisty defender? not even close to being true. sasha was done a few years ago.

        • richard

          Sasha is better than Meeks… he can handle the ball which meeks could not. He plays 1-2 positons which Meeks could not. He can run the pick and role better as the ball handler which Meeks could not. Now tell me where is Meeks better than Sasha?

          • Daryl Peek

            Meeks is younger, more athletic, a better pure shooter all around, a far better defender of opposing SG’s, and is better rebounding. Meeks has way more upside than Sasha.

          • richard

            I beg to disagree… I went to nga stats… and these is what i found so far in their career…

            Jodie Meeks: 20min, 4 pts, 2 rebs

            Sasha Vujacic: 16 min, 5 pts, 2rebs

            Both a 2010-2011 stats…

          • richard

            sorry… I should say including the 2010-2011 stats… 2012-2013 is not included as Sasha did not play in the NBA. So, how do Meeks betters Sasha? In age? Sasha is 29, Meeks is 26, both did not play heavy minutes in their career.

          • richard

            Here is their career percentages…

            Meeks : 40.4% overall, 36.7% on 3
            Sasha: 39.5% overall, 37.1% on 3

            ?????? I am not seeing how Meeks could be a purer shooter than Sasha…

          • richard

            O well.. the only advantage Meeks has over Sasha is that, Meeks is in the lakers roster with a contract and Sasha is not…

          • vdogg

            yes, and there is a reason for that — meeks is in the NBA and sasha is not because meeks is simply a better basketball player. daryl peek has it right. sasha has better hair, but that’s about it.

          • Daryl Peek

            Career averages:

            Sasha; 15.9 MPG, .395 FG, .371 3 pt FG, .870 FT, 1.9 reb, 1.3 assist, .6 steals and 5.6 points a game

            Meeks; 21.9 MPG, .404 FG, .367 3 pt FG, .887 FT, 2.2 reb, .9 assist, .6 steals and 8 points a game

            Meeks earned more MPG as a youngster in his career than Sasha because he’s a better player overall. Their numbers are very similar but Meeks is way more athletic and a better defender. Sasha is a better ball handler and would do better running the point if needed. The much higher ceiling on upside of Meeks at this stage of their perspective careers cannot be denied!

          • richard

            I think, the ceiling for these two has already been reached… they are what they are as a player till they retire. I am not seeing Meeks ever improving much.

          • Daryl Peek

            We’ll agree to disagree, obviously. LOL

            Meeks is three years younger and has not hit his prime yet. Sasha is already there as he will be 30 before seasons end. Meeks has a history that says he can do much better. I really think it’s all about confidence with Meeks. I see much more than just a three point specialist. We saw flashes of his ability to attack the basket. Playing with Kobe, Pau, Howard and Metta his opportunities to stretch in showing his other skills are obviously gonna be limited. It was a given he’d be typecast strictly a shooter playing for us on that roster.

          • http://www.facebook.com/eddie.lazaro123 Eddie Lazaro

            We have to consider that Phil is not a fan of utilizing youngsters and that’s the reason why Sasha did not get his minutes until Kobe went down with an injury. He showcased his game earning respect and trust from his peers and coaches, giving him more minutes in return. Phil’s never big on grooming, & we ended up trading our drafts for the longest time because of that. Often, the young drafts that we keep never see descent playing times until there is a blow out, an injury, & only when given playing time they prove and showcase their talents. Same things happened to Sasha.

          • Daryl Peek

            Meeks reputation as a good young prospect was built at Kentucky where he stood out becoming a draft lottery pick. Meeks was a stone cold scorer in the NCAA tourney, who put up 19, 37, 39 and 46 in leading the Wildcats.

          • The Rock

            Jodie Meeks was a second round pick 41st overall in 2009.Not a lottery pick.

          • Daryl Peek

            My badd I’m confusing Meeks draft spot with Henry. Meeks did do all of that for Kentucky. lol

            Too much research on roster prospects lately.

          • http://www.facebook.com/eddie.lazaro123 Eddie Lazaro

            Sasha was even recovering then from a long ankle injury that got him to the pine a lot longer, loosing his minutes in Phil’s rotation. If you had looked back a little farther, Sasha was the very person Phil relied on when Kobe went down, even scoring 60% on his (3pt) long range shootings, earning him more minutes and trust from Phil who usually never play his youngsters.

          • richard

            yes, that is what is good about Sasha… he is a competitor and is not afraid of big moments…

          • Paytc

            Perhaps your points are just as good? Neither of the two have ever really impressed me.

          • vdogg

            handle the ball? the only time phil let sasha do that was in garbage time. meek is a better defender, better athlete, is faster and has far more upside. oh, and meeks is actually IN THE NBA.

          • Paytc

            You may have a few good points here ?

      • Daryl Peek

        Richard. Sasha may well fit in MDA system offensively if he still has it. As far as feisty defenders and clutch 3 pt shooter goes, Blake is so under appreciated by Lakers fans it’s criminal!

        I’m sure you’ve seen the youtube video of Fisher VS. Blake: defense. If you haven’t, you need to check it out. It breaks down the difference Blake made for us in 2011 when it came to defending CP3 in the first round of those playoffs. Blake was a complete hound on Paul in the PNR game, where Fisher was a complete liability. Blake’s D helped propel us past the Hornets in that series. The following year Blake helped get us past the Nuggets in the first round by playing pesky defense on Ty Lawson, and hitting clutch three point shots in that series also. Lets not forget how Blake carried us down the stretch when Kobe went down. Blake gave us 20/5/5 to help secure the 7th seed this past year.

        Blake is a much better, more consistent career three point shooter and again is very underrated as a team defender. Kobe says all the above about Blake and Blake plays both PG and SG when needed.

        Again, Sasha is a sentimental favorite but we already have players on board that can do what he can. I’d have no problem with giving him a camp invite but he’d have to prove he’s better than what we already have in camp. I can’t see him beating out Blake or any of the younger additions we currently have. Blake is much more versatile than Sasha.

        • Paytc

          Fisher vs Blake ? No comment, because we know one of them is a 5 time champion and the other not even close. Blake does try hard…. I will give him that.The good thing in my opinion is I think the contract we gave him that no fool would pick up ends soon.Let’s see what type of deal he gets when the contract expires,and if he’ll still be in the NBA let alone on the Lakers.This is Blake and Gasol’s years to step it up to earn another NBA contract so I’m sure they will go all out.I do hope they both play well.Good luck to Blake especially.

          • Daryl Peek

            The context of Fisher vs Blake is not a career argument in the context I used here, Paytc. Fisher was groomed Lake Show from the get like Kobe was. His contributions to championships can never be marginalized! I was distraught over the Sessions trade. Fish was the heart and soul of the Lake Show.

            The point I was showing is how good of a role player Blake has been since 2011-12. Blake struggled in the triangle. But he gained the respect of Kobe right away due to his hard working gritty nature. Blake has Teflon skin like Kobe also, and is not afraid of taking the shot in a big moment just like Kobe and Fish. He learned that from both. They showed him you’re not gonna always make that shot but don’t let it stop you from trying. The cool part about that is how they all garnered mutual respect in trusting each other doing so.

            Now as for Blake’s contract? Miami, San Antonio, Memphis, Chicago, ETC… would all quickly scoop up Blake in a trade if offered. The aforementioned mutual respect is what championship contending teams would gladly be willing to pay Blake for in helping them as a role player. Pop has publicly said he’d love to have Blake.

          • Paytc

            I’m sure time will speak better than the two of us with regards to Blake.
            At this point he is a Laker so I wish him well. For that matter even if he left the Lakers I’d wish him well. Business is never personal.

            I want to see the Lakers win a few more championships. That will take talent,toughness,massive effort and heart from more than just Hill and Kobe. The catch phrase I’m rolling with compliments of James Worthy is “STEPUP”

            Each and every player needs to be accountable and “STEPUP” NO EXCUSES instead be the solution by giving us your best effort consistently.

            Go Lakers !

        • http://www.facebook.com/eddie.lazaro123 Eddie Lazaro

          I totally agree that Pau and Blake are the players most UN-appreciated I have seen the Lakers have, tho their contributions are far greater than people have seen. On Sasha Vs Blake, Sasha is bigger and can guard 1-3, both are pesky defenders most people don’t realize or see since these are non stat contributions. Also, Sasha has a much better shooting %, long range wise, but if he is coming as a bargain, he is worth being in the roster for the Lakers

          • Daryl Peek

            Blake is a much better more consistent three point shooter Eddie.

          • http://www.facebook.com/eddie.lazaro123 Eddie Lazaro

            In 2009 and later, but during his earlier days before his injury, he was the one who picked Kobe’s position and majority of minutes when (Kobe) injured having .400+ in 3pt range. He was never the same after the injury but still holds a descent .370. I agree with you career wise, since Blake played a lot more minutes and Sasha never came back the same after the injury.

          • Daryl Peek

            Sasha was pretty good in Jersey. I always appreciated his game. It was hella frustrating when he was down during that post injury period as a Laker. I wouldn’t have a problem with giving him a camp invite but he’d have to beat the youngsters out convincingly. I just don’t think he’s any better than what we currently have.

      • Paytc

        No he has no defense.Jumping around nagging players is not effective defense.He is not athletic enough to defend.His value is in knocking down a few outside shots and his international appeal.Best of luck to him if he gets another shot in the NBA wherever he lands.If the F.O. picks him up I’d cheer for him as I do all Lakers, but I wouldn’t select him if it was my choice.

        I will say I might take him over Meeks but perhaps the F.O. knows Meeks has more in him than he showed last season?

    • nlruizjr

      I beg to differ, Sasha is a pesky defender and not afraid of contact, other than Kobe who else on the roster (maybe Harris), can play tough defense like Sasha !!!!!

      • Daryl Peek

        Blake

        • richard

          One other thing that Sasha is a better choice than Meeks is that Sasha is 6-7 and can defend the 3, while Meeks is an undersize 2 at 6-4. So primarily, Meeks almost only plays the 2… he can play the point and is too small to play the 3 spot… Sasha can play those 3 positions.

          • Daryl Peek

            Agreed on the height factor but Sasha was never good at defending SF’s. And he would get toasted by PG’s if memory serves me correct.

            Phil would often play a small ball line up with Farmar at PG. Sasha at SG and Kobe at SF all due to the shooting prowess it gave the team in stretching the floor coupled with Sasha’s weakness VS. Kobe’s strength in defending the wings.

          • vdogg

            agreed. just because you wave your hands a lot and your hair is flying around doesn’t make you a good defender. sasha is a nice guy, but was overrated as a laker in my opinion. the only time PJ let him handle the ball was in garbage time. everybody said that he would never miss in practice.. but then be pedestrian in an actual game. they called him an “11 o’clock shooter”. lakers should pass.

          • Daryl Peek

            I wont go so far as to call Sasha garbage like you’re insinuating mayne? Sasha had a fairly productive season in Jersey outside of the triangle as did Farmar in 11-12. An uptempo free flowing style of basketball would definitely fit his skill set better. He’s just not better than any of the kids we already have IMO.

            Most Laker fans have very selective memories when it comes to former championship triangle Fav’s. Sasha was very inconsistent the last year and a half, as a Laker. He fell out of favor with Phil big time! I still vividly remember fans clamoring for his ouster when he went dead cold shooting for a full season. Phil pretty much benched him and that’s what gave room for Shannon Brown to cannibalize his PT.

            The getting the triangle band back together is a huge problem for our fan base. Even though Sasha and Farmar would be better suited for D’Antoni’s system. LO falls under the same category. We all loved those guys and what they helped the Lake show do. It’s just time to move on…

          • richard

            My thing with Sasha is not about the Phil or Triangle… that is so old news… Sasha is a versatile player that can play multiple positions.. and that is a very big factor in MDA offense. Meeks struggles when the ball is in his hands except when in catch and shoot situation. He is almost always a turnover waiting to happen when defenses takes away his jumper and he has to dribble the ball, as we have seen last season. Sasha is a perfect fit for MDA system, IMHO.

          • Daryl Peek

            The sample size for Meeks is too small to make that kind of assessment. The recent failure of the team amplifies that as a plight IMO. Meeks never truly got the chance to find his creative groove as a Laker. He got PT from Brown, Bickerstaff and MDA strictly due to his shooting ability and defensive ability. Meeks did a great job at times defending against PG’s and SG’s. Keep in mind we had serious breakdowns in communication as a team defensively, all season. Everyone was guilty, Kobe included.

            Meeks is not undersized for a SG. Wade is only 6’4″ maybe 6’5″ at best. Meeks has Wade like athletic ability but will never be that level of a superstar.

            At 29 Sasha is more of a one dimensional player than Meeks is IMO. The better potential up side Meeks has is the overriding factor. The greater athletic ability makes him much better on the defensive side of the ball.

            On the outside looking in both fit the D’Antoni system. One is incumbent, much younger and more athletic. What’s one of the biggest complaints most Lakers fans have had over the past few seasons? Lack of youth and athleticism. Why bring in Sasha over Meek when Meek fulfills the major complaint most deem as our current problem? Too old too slow.

          • richard

            Well, we’ll just have to agree to disagree… as I don’t see how Meeks is better than Sasha… I respect your points.. and they are noted…

          • vdogg

            one has an NBA contract.. and the other doesn’t.

          • Paytc

            More than enough said on that topic ! :-)

          • http://www.facebook.com/eddie.lazaro123 Eddie Lazaro

            Also, Sasha is a better ball handler who can penetrate, slash & pass. He is a pesky defender that creates a lot of opponents turnover. A better range shooter and if he is coming another bargain, can’t go wrong having him in the roster with Kobe, Pau and Farmar bringing back old teamwork and cohesion they had on their Last 2 of 3 Championships run. He has deeper roots with the Lakers. “Bring Back Championship Lakers!”

          • richard

            Yeah, that’s what I am talking about Eddie… good add… I am not sure how Daryl couldn’t see this… I have tried to reason with him… well, anyway, he some valid points also.. but I just couldn’t see any thing Meeks does that is better than what Sasha does, even on defense.

          • http://www.facebook.com/eddie.lazaro123 Eddie Lazaro

            I think Daryl is basing his arguments on the stats where there’s big discrepancy, Sasha got injured and lost his touch and role on the (came back early) rotation, did not get back to his rhythm until he was already with the nets. In his earlier games, he was the sub for Kobe and was his starter replacement when he (Kobe) went down on an injury. There was a time when Phil went with him and he shot about 60% on 3′s and a couple of game winners.
            I like him being pesky. He takes away the momentum of whoever he is guarding by irritating the hell out of them that often leads to their turnover or offensive fouls. A lot of people do not see that since it is not a stat play and he is not on the offense shooting the ball.

            Not a lock down defender but a feisty pest on the other end, but also another Ice Cold knock down shooter on the wing. Go Chi Chi, Go Lakers!

        • richard

          Todays games is all about versatility. Players who can play multiple positions are better choice than those who are uni-dimensional -= Meeks

  • The Rock

    Sasha is way more impressive to me than most people think.He could easily go to the Mavericks or Clippers or Rockets and hurt us in a game.

    For that matter Sasha can land anywhere and be a rotation player that contributes to the team in a positive manner.

    Lakers must consider bringing back The Machine Sasha.He might win a spot on the team if he is in training camp with the Lakers.He is better than a few guys on the rosters,names undisclosed.

    • Paytc

      I agree he may knock down a few more shots than a player or two on the team. But at this point I think the Lakers need to be looking for players who can play on both sides of the ball.
      I am the 1st person that understands the team that scores the most always wins. But we have to have a few defensive stoppers if we want to win a world championship. Winning a lot of games in the regular season is not what the Lakers,Kobe,or Nash are aiming for……championships are what we want and nothing less will satisfy.

      Go Lakers !

      • The Rock

        Yes he is not a main focus of a defense.But he did help us win game 7 against Boston by making 2 clutch free throws late in the game.Otherwise i think he should get a Camp invite with the Lakers.He could earn a spot.

        • Paytc

          He may have indeed knocked down the clutch free throws….. But we need to have someone to help us not have to rely on clutch free throws to win.We need a few players with skill to play well on both sides of the ball.We cannot always rely on outscoring everyone or last second luck shots.
          I’m sure if the front office feels the need to give him an invite they will.

          • The Rock

            Well i know winning a championship is the only goal any team should have.

            This is the Lakers not the Pelicans,team Lakers win championship and the Machine will always be remembered and respected by me for coming through.

            Manu Ginobli and K. Leonard choked on free throws in the closing moments of game 6 against Miami and that cost the Spurs the championship this year so yes clutch free throws are valuable.

            But seriously it’s fine Lakers can invite whoever they think best fits the MDA system.Sasha makes sense to me.Sasha is a Lakers Camp hopeful i guess.

          • nlruizjr

            apparently you are not describing coach MD because he doesn’t coach both sides as you saw last season !!!!

          • Paytc

            My reply to this disappeared again. I am not a big MDA fan, but he is the coach. I have to support him unless the front office makes a coaching switch.All we can do is voice our opinions about the need to have players who can play well on offense and defense.

    • Paytc

      The Rock,
      I don’t think the Lakers will or should lose any sleep over worrying about how Sasha would hurt the Lakers should he make it onto any NBA team. He is not any kind of threat to us in my opinion. Good luck to him on making it back into the NBA. Hopefully he will make the best of his opportunity if he gets one.

  • vdogg

    with those two clutch FTs (they were as crucial as they come, and the guy swished them both), sasha carved out his own tiny little cubby in laker lore. but it makes no sense to bring him back now. the lakers are looking for younger, early 20s guys who can play D and contribute in various ways on the offensive side of the ball. sasha is a nice spot up shooter, but that’s about it. i don’t get why people say he is a tenacious defender.. he isn’t. all that being said, i hope he gets back into an NBA uniform this fall. but it shouldn’t say “LOS LAKERS” on the front.

    • Paytc

      I do agree and I do remember the shots.But Fisher and Horry knocked down big shots too.
      We have to move away from sentimental favorites and into the present state of affairs.

      We need a little more than Sasha has to offer.I agree it wouldn’t be a bad thing to see him get another try in the NBA. But your right vdogg not on the Lakers. Unless the F.O. see’s the need to sign him.

      • http://www.facebook.com/eddie.lazaro123 Eddie Lazaro

        With his experience and pesky defense, he will make them pay irritating the hell of whoever he is guarding. A Very high shooting % player before he went down with his ankle and was not able to recover well while with the Lakers but numbers progress when traded with the Nets. I’ll take him if he is a bargain, Can’t go wrong having him on the roster.

    • http://www.facebook.com/eddie.lazaro123 Eddie Lazaro

      He is not a lock down defender but his peskiness creates a lot of turn overs and offensive fouls on the opponents. He is still young and the only reason he lost his spot was due to an ankle injury that sidelined him at the end of Phil’s rotation. He is a better all around player than half of these youngsters we have added. For a bargain, with his experience and team cohesion with Kobe, Pau & Farmar, I’ll say take him and see if he can bring back that effort he had shown in 2008-10 when Lakers went 2 of 3. Go Lakers!

  • Sti1lmatic

    I have love for my fellow later fans…..but come on. We don’t need this scrub.

    I’d rather have Stephen Jackson, Anthony Morrow or LeAndro Barbosa over “the machine”‘

  • cj

    sasha could replace shawne williams. sasha is a better shooter then williams, better defender then williams, hell hes just an all around better player then williams.

  • cj

    running a line up of

    nash 25 mpg-blake 20 mpg-farmar 15 mpg
    kobe 30 mpg-meeks 15 mpg- henry 3 mpg
    wesley 18 mpg-young 25 mpg-landry 2 mpg
    pau 30 mpg-sasha 15 mpg- elias 3 mpg
    kaman 25 mpg-hill 20 mpg- sacre 3 mpg

    the main rotation would be. (starters)nash, kobe, wesley, pau, and kaman (bench)blake, meeks, young, sasha, hill, and farmar. the reserves of (henry, landry, elias, and sacre) would get filler pt.

  • richard

    The Machine is BACK!!!! Sasha is better overall than Jodie Meeks… or Steve Blake… trade these two and bring back Sasha Vujacic.

    • Paytc

      Richard, I could see that as an option because neither of these two have impressed me yet.
      I will say Blake had a few good moments this past season but he’s a career backup in my opinion.We are paying Blake much higher than we should be.We could sign 4 Sasha’s with the money Blake is getting.Meeks role is to knock down the outside shots and he didn’t do that particularly well.Neither of the 3 are very good defensively.

  • richard

    Ellias Harris, Landry, Henry, Meeks, Blake.. these 5 players can’t hold a jock against Sasha…

    • Jim213

      Wouldn’t throw EH (rookie) but the other players have struggled to get a shot on a roster though it may also depend on going to a team that benefits their style of play, IMO.

      • richard

        agree… and i would say that Sasha will fit like a cake into MDA’s offensive system…

      • Paytc

        I agree with that. I also think the Landry and Henry are probably better than Sasha….. at least they would make my team before he would.But I would probably take Sasha over Meeks and Blake ,but even that’s not a certainty.Sasha can knock down a few open shots other than that I don’t recall him being anything other than a player to help market the leagues international appeal.

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  • LAKERSMUSTSIGNSASHA!!PLEASE!

    La machine Sasha this is the news die hard laker fans been waiting for!! this guy is proven a champion and can stay healthy all year long! lakers needs this guy. Sasha is the ultimate role player and defender this teams needs and has the experience to help the team go far in the playoffs since 2010. its makes perfect sense to add him now that we resigned his buddy Farmar. these 2 in our bench lifted us to back to back champions to all the laker band wagon fans that may have forgot!!! lol!!!
    i say sign him for a year and let the dice roll!! he’s a 3pt and defensive speacialist we need coming off the bench or even starting!!
    he’s coachable and a great teammate U BETTER ASK SOMEBODY!! RESPECT!
    GO SASHA!!!!

    • vdogg

      “defensive specialist”? what league are you following???

  • http://www.ecodrivecn.com/ Jil

    so many things happened.

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