Lakers News: Los Angeles Lakers Participate In Team Photo Day
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With the NBA trade deadline over, and any other signings highly unlikely, the Los Angeles Lakers took their team photo today at their practice facility in El Segundo via the team’s Twitter account:

There has been some turnover on this roster from the beginning of the season. MarShon Brooks and Kent Bazemore are here, while Steve Blake and Shawne Williams are gone.

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It’s also nice to see to see Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash in the purple and gold as they have only played in 16 combined games this season. Though Nash may potentially make a return before the season is over.

Also noticeable, is the absence of Jordan Hill from the photo. Hill hasn’t played since a March 3 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers due to a sore knee, but his reason for missing the photo is unknown.

Needless to say, it will be interesting to see how many of these Lakers will be back for next year’s photo.
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