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VIDEO: Mark Madsen Dances With Lakers Nation Reporter

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Mark Madsen, new head coach of the Los Angeles D-Fenders and former Laker Champion, still finds himself high on the list of fan favorites, despite not seeing too many minutes on the court. Why? Between his overwhelming positivity and exuberance, Madsen first showcased his dance moves heard around the world at the 2001 Lakers championship parade.

Madsen has rejoined the Lakers community as the head coach of the D-Fenders, and with “Mad Dog” back in the building, Lakers Nation couldn’t let him leave the training facility without reliving those dance moves from 10 years ago. Check out Mark Madsen, alongside Lakers Nation’s Serena Winters as they groove to Shaq’s rendition of “It Takes Two.”

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Serena Winters is the Lead Reporter for Lakers Nation. Besides out-eating the rest of the staff, she's most known for carrying snacks with her to all media events. Make sure to follow Serena on Twitter at @SerenaWinters

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