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VIDEOS Lakers Post-Game: Xavier Henry Reacts To Locker Next To Kobe Reviewed by Momizat on . The Lakers lost to the Denver Nuggets in their second preseason game on Sunday night. Xavier Henry left the game with a moderate right wrist sprain but assures The Lakers lost to the Denver Nuggets in their second preseason game on Sunday night. Xavier Henry left the game with a moderate right wrist sprain but assures Rating:
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VIDEOS Lakers Post-Game: Xavier Henry Reacts To Locker Next To Kobe

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The Lakers lost to the Denver Nuggets in their second preseason game on Sunday night. Xavier Henry left the game with a moderate right wrist sprain but assures that it’s nothing to worry about. Wesley Johnson also left the game with a strained left foot and will receive an MRI in the morning. Despite loss, Steve Nash and Pau Gasol were pleased with the Lakers performance tonight. Check out our post-game videos below. Don’t miss out on Xavier Henry’s reaction to walking in the locker room at Staples for the first time, especially when realizing that his locker is quite close to Kobe’s.

Mike D’Antoni On Injuries To Xavier Henry and Wesley Johnson

Steve Nash On His First Basketball Game In 5 Months

Nick Young On Shooting Frustrations And Technical Foul

Pau Gasol Talks About First Game Back Without Dwight Howard And All-Star Status

Xavier Henry Tells Us About Having His Locker Next To Kobe’s

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  • Jim213

    Serena, another late night…

    Henry’s exclusive was the best one out of the five, IMO. Given Henry has stood out the most (so far) out of the FA’s he’ll definitely make the final roster. Hard work pays off as long as one applies the work ethic and mentality to succeed.

  • Oh Henry

    The way i see it the Dodgers have Yasiel Puig and now the Lakers have Xavier Henry.Both players are 22 years old and both players are stars in the making in LA.Now the Oh Henry chant’s will start at Staples Center and i need another Oh Henry!Candy bar i am hungry.

    • Paytc

      With all due respect they need to give Xavier Henry his own candy bar. How about X Henry or Henry the X. He is on his way to making a name for himself. :-)

      He is young, but I think he is wise enough to realize the significance in playing with Kobe and having a locker so near him. Unlike a recent (over hyped ex-Laker from last year),I think Henry is both respectful of Kobe and the game.And he appears willing to put in the work to actually be great some day.

      Jim213, yes the Lakers better not slip on Henry. If they want to truly have a player who will “STEP UP ” no excuses,Henry looks like the real deal. Go Lakers!

      • Paytc

        The most significant thing Henry said IMO is the Lakers coaching staff is willing to put him in a position where he is most likely to excel. To me that is one of the most significant things a coach can do. If more coaches were willing to put the players (who are on the floor) in the best positions relative to each players talent(they are all blessed differently),players and teams would be so much better. But the coaches ego many times is more important than the success of the team. It’s my way or the highway attitude. That’s why so many coaches fail and end up hitting the highway themselves. Xavier Henry, if Kobe is too busy… I would love to mentor you :-) Keep up the max effort,and never stop being you! Go Lakers!

  • joelsky

    Somehow Nick Young’s voice reminds me of somebody. Do u guys notice too? It’s good he left already. Lakers don’t need him. #GoLakers.

  • CatheyBarrett

    Love my job, since I’ve been bringing in $82h… ℯ­x­i­t­3­5­.­c­o­m

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