Lakers Vs. Spurs: Robert Sacre, Xavier Henry, Pau Gasol (Videos)

After coming out sloppy to start the game, the Los Angeles Lakers played a competitive 25 minutes before allowing the San Antonio Spurs to take control and come away with a 16 point victory. Lakers center Robert Sacre grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds while Xavier Henry looked strong, putting in 24 points off the bench.

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Mike D’Antoni calls Robert Sacre the hardest working player on the team and talks about Henry’s struggle to play through pain. Sacre addresses D’Antoni’s comments and how it feels to earn time over veteran Chris Kaman. Pau Gasol says the Lakers need to be sharper and hopes to have the same impact as Tim Duncan when he’s 37. Check out our Lakers post-game videos below and don’t forget to subscribe to our Lakers Nation YouTube Channel!

MIKE D’ANTONI: Robert Sacre Is The Hardest Working Guy On The Team, Xavier Is Playing Through Pain, Chris Kaman Has A Sore Foot

XAVIER HENRY: On Losing To The Spurs, Playing Through Injury

PAU GASOL: Says Lakers Need To Get Sharper, Hoping To Have Same Impact As Tim Duncan At 37

ROBERT SACRE: How Does It Feel Earning Minutes Over Veteran Chris Kaman On The Bench?

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