Lakers Nation Week in Review: February 8 – February 15
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The Los Angeles Lakers are enjoying their All-Star break and this short hiatus will give the team some time to recover. The first half of the season was filled with injuries and team is struggling to stay competitive in the Western Conference.

As the league’s attention is devoted to New Orleans, the coaching staff is seeing what it can do to win games and make a push for the post season.

It was a busy week for the Lakers and here is a look back at the past seven days.

Lakers Nation News: 

LeBron James considered some Lakers for this Mount Rushmore of NBA players.

Mitch Kupchak does not see any trades in the horizon. 

Nick Young talks about his love for Kobe Bryant.

Young discusses the “Swaggy P” nickname. 

Derek Fisher talks about Bryant’s injury return.

Pau Gasol wants to stay with the Lakers. 

Bryant wished Bill Russell a happy birthday.

The true reason why the Cavs released Andrew Bynum was revealed.

Xavier Henry is expected to miss another four weeks. 

The Lakers pledged to donate $500 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation for every three pointer made. 

LeBron has Magic Johnson on his Mount Rushmore of NBA players.

Steve Nash has no intentions of retiring. 
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