Playworks Junior Lakers Take the Court at the Staples Center

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On February 28th, the Junior Lakers from Eastman, 107th, Garfield, and Gardenhill Elementary had the opportunity to practice on the Los Angeles Lakers basketball court at the Staples Center. They got to practice dribbling and shooting while playing various games on either Team Purple or Team Yellow.

To add a special bonus for the Junior Lakers, Brandon Ingram, the small forward for the LA Lakers, joined the girls in a final shoot-out between Team Purple and Team Yellow. Following the practice, the girls and their parents cheered for the Lakers in their home game against the Hornets.

 

Click here to see more great pictures of the Junior Lakers Clinic on Facebook.

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