2012 Los Angeles Lakers All-Access Fan Event at Staples Center

On Tuesday night the Los Angeles Lakers held their annual Staples Center All-Access event, which gives fans the chance to take a behind-the-scenes look at the magic of the Staples Center.

At the event fans were given many opportunities that they wouldn’t get during a regular trip to the Staples Center. They got to venture inside the Lakers’ locker room, and see where the players lace up their sneakers before every home game. They got to take the Staples Center floor, and see the difference between looking up at the seats and looking down on the court.

And, to cap off the evening, there were a variety of Lakers players past and present at the event to chat with fans and spend some time with their faithful following. Everyone from head coach Mike Brown to former Lakers’ forward A.C. Green, to current members of the team like Derek Fisher, Matt Barnes and Luke Walton.

Lakers Nation was lucky enough to receive and invitation to the event, and took our media team to provide the rest of the fans with an inside look of Staples Center. During the event we stumbled upon Kobe Bryant’s locker, a few championship trophies, and even current Lakers television play-by-play man, Bill Macdonald.

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More videos from the event on the way, so stay tuned!

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