It was a busy week for the Los Angeles Lakers who split time between games and work in the community. Rookie Jordan Clarkson gets on the court to demonstrate how math is applied in basketball, and learns plenty himself after matching up against Clippers Chris Paul in consecutive games. Kobe Bryant says he expects to train “about 5-6 hours a day this summer,” while being honored at a charity event.
Plus, Ryan Kelly and Tarik Black both have big games, and rookie Julius Randle is caught dunking on the court before the Lakers beat the Minnesota Timberwolves. It’s all below!
Lakers Teach Kids How Math And Science Are Applied On The Basketball Court
Byron Scott Calls Chris Paul The Best Leader And Point Guard In The NBA
Jeremy Lin Still Fighting To Enjoy The End Of The Lakers Season
Byron Scott On Jeremy Lin, Ed Davis And Jordan Clarkson
Jordan Clarkson Learns From Matching Up Against Chris Paul
Ryan Kelly Using Last Few Games To Prove His Worth To Lakers Organization
Kobe And Vanessa Bryant Honored At Toberman Charity Gala
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