Lakers Exit Interviews 2015: Boozer, Johnson, Davis, Kelly, Hill

The Los Angeles Lakers started off their final day of exit interviews with Carlos Boozer, Wesley Johnson, Robert Sacre, Ed Davis, Ryan Kelly and Jordan Hill at the podium.

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In the videos below, Boozer discusses in what scenario he would want to stay with the Lakers and Johnson yearns for a multi-year deal. Ed Davis is asked about if he would take less money to stay with the Lakers and Ryan Kelly admits the sacrifice it was for him to play out of position. Jordan Hill is unsure whether the Lakers will pick up the team option on his contract and opens up about Byron Scott’s disappointments in him.

For the second part (Jordan Clarkson, Tarik Black, Byron Scott, Mitch Kupchak) of the final day of Lakers exit interviews, head here. Or, for the first day of interviews (Ronnie Price, Wayne Ellington, Jeremy Lin, Nick Young, Julius Randle), head here.

Carlos Boozer


Wesley Johnson


Ed Davis


Ryan Kelly


Jordan Hill

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