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VIDEO: Lakers End The Half With Impressive Passing From Trio Of Point Guards

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The ball movement has gotten a huge upgrade with the return of Steve Nash to the lineup for the Los Angeles Lakers and head coach Mike D’Antoni is starting to mix things up.

On Sunday against the Chicago Bulls, D’Antoni went with a three point guards and two frontcourt players with the first half coming to an end. Although it seemed like a questionable move, the passing was impressive to say the least with the Lakers ending the half with a hockey assist from Steve Blake to Nash to Kendall Marshall to Jordan Hill.

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  • Marty Susman

    If I had to KEEP one player not to move it would be Marshall. He has the ability to be a Steve Nash of the future.

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