VIDEO: Robert Sacre, Kent Bazemore Team Up For Celebration
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Throughout both of their brief careers, Robert Sacre and Kent Bazemore have been known as much for their creative celebrations on the bench, as their great plays on the court.

When Bazemore was traded to the Lakers, many people began fantasizing about the awesome celebrations that these two could partake in.

With Jordan Farmar and Marshon Brooks leading the Lakers to a franchise record in three-pointers in their victory over the Sacramento Kings, Bazemore and Sacre were able to to enjoy the show.

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The fans were able to get their first glimpse at what Sacre and Bazemore can accomplish together with their celebrations and the Lakers posted an excellent Vine video showcasing them:

Bazemore has played so well that he is usually in the game during the fourth quarter, but he was able to show off his cheerleading talents tonight, and Sacre was glad to join him.

Just look at Sacre admiring the home run that Bazemore hits. That is a sign of teamwork between the two. If this is only the tip of the iceberg, fans should be excited to see what else these two can come up with.
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