Los Angeles Lakers Exit Interviews 2016-17 (VIDEOS)
Lakers News: Brandon Ingram Reflects On Facing Elite Player’s Attacking Mentality

The Los Angeles Lakers held their 2016-17 season exit interviews on Thursday afternoon, the day after their final game of the season, which included 13 of the players, as well as general manager Rob Pelinka and head coach Luke Walton. Several common themes emerged from the exit interview, which can all be watched in full below.

Keep your ears peeled to all of the incredible compliments given to rookie Brandon Ingram and his growth and success since the All-Star Break. It will also be hard to miss all the love and respect thrown out for Walton in his rookie year as head coach and giving players opportunities to showcase themselves.

Of course, all of the players discuss their offseason plans and the feedback they received in their meetings with Magic and Pelinka, as well as the impressions they were given about the future of the franchise. It appears as though the direction of the franchise might finally be clear. It’s all in our videos below.

Metta World Peace

Nick Young

Timofey Mozgov

Thomas Robinson

Julius Randle

Jordan Clarkson

Corey Brewer

Tyler Ennis

Tarik Black

Brandon Ingram

Luke Walton

Rob Pelinka

Ivica Zubac

David Nwaba

Larry Nance Jr.

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