Devin Ebanks’ exit interview lasted one minute and 47 seconds after he confirmed that he will be “looking around” next year for other options. Ebanks said it was a disappointing season, but he thanked Mitch Kupchak and the Lakers organization for the opportunity provided over the last three years.
Andrew Goudelock showed up all smiles. He said that before getting the opportunity to play for the Lakers in the playoffs, he was planning to go to Puerto Rico to make some extra money.
“I couldn’t have pictured this goin’ any better for me.”
Goudelock also had some high words for Steve Nash. He said that before meeting him, he thought you had to have a bad boy image to be respected.
“Steve Nash is one of the nicest guys I’ve ever met first off. I always thought you had to have some kind of like a bad boy image in the league to kind of gain people’s respect but to finally meet him and see what kind of guy he was like – a pure heart and does everything for the betterment of the team.”
Will Lakers fans be seeing Andrew Goudelock in purple and gold next year?
“I have a weird type of situation…We really don’t know…he (Mitch Kupchak) wants me to be here to work out and things like that but I don’t have anywhere to live out there so I don’t know how that’s going to work.”
Robert Sacre talked about what he won’t miss from his rookie season.
“Having to drop bags off in the morning on the road. That was terrible cause I could have had a good extra hour and a half to sleep.”
Sacre also talked about his infamous dance moves, which he gave credit to Phil Handy and Ronny Turiaf.
“I definitely took the moves from Ronnie but not his looks.”
Sacre finished his exit interview by telling the media that his girlfriend would be out of town so he’d be getting another tattoo this weekend. However, he would not reveal what his next tattoo would be.
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