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3 Started as the Detroit Gems in 1946 Moved to Minneapolis in 1947 Moved to Los Angeles in 1960

4 1960s Elgin Baylor Jerry West 1980s Magic Johnson Kareem Abdual - Jabar 2000s Kobe Bryant Shaquielle Oneal

5 John Kindla First La Head Coach Eleven Seasons Four NBA Championships Won five championships with LA Pat Riley Franchise Leader for most regular season wins (553) Most playoff games coached (149) Most playoff wins (102) Won four championships with LA Phil Jackson Franchise all time leader with most regular season games coached (738) Won four championships with LA Bill Sharman Won one Championship with LA Paul Westhead Won one championship with LA

6 vs. Washington Capitals 1949 – 1950 vs. Syracuse Nationals 1951 – 1953 vs. New York Knicks 1953 – 1954 vs. Syracuse Nationals 1971 – 1972 vs. New York Knicks 1979 – 1980 vs. Philadelphia 76ers 1984 – 1985 vs. Boston Celtics 1986 – 1987 vs. Boston Celtics 1987 – 1988 vs. Detroit Pistons 1999 – 2000 vs. Indiana Pacers 2000 – 2001 vs. Philadelphia 76ers 2001 – 2002 vs. New Jersey Nets 2008 – 2009 vs. Orlando Magic

7 Born August 23, 1078 Went to Lower Marion High School Drafted straight out of high school 13 th Overall Draft pick in the 1996 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets Won three consecutive NBA championships 2000 – 2002 Won fourth NBA championship in 2009 Most Valuable Player Award 2007 – 08 Led NBA in scoring Scored Second highest number of points in a single game with 81 points Won a Gold Medal as a member of the 2008 Summer Olympic USA mens basketball team NBA All-Star MVP award in 2002, 2007, and 2009

8 Born August 14, 1959 Played and won a championship for Michigan State University Former point guard for La Lakers Selected First overall in 1979 NBA draft Won a championship his rookie season Nine Nba Finals Five Nba Championships Twelve All-Star games Won a gold medal in 1992 for USA Olympic team

9 Ron Artest Number 37, Position Forward Shannon Brown Number 12, Position Guard Kobe Bryant Number 24, Position Guard Andrew Bynum Number 17, Position Center Jordan Farmar Number 1, Position Guard Pau Gasol Number 16, Center Didier Ilunga-Mbenga Number 28, Position Center Adam Morrison Number 6, Postion Forward Lamar Odem Number 7, Forward Josh Powell Number 21, Forward Luke Walton Number 4, forward Sasha Vujacic Number 18, Guard

10 1. Jack Nicholson 2. Dyan Cannon 3. Flea/Anthony Kiedis 4. Ice Cube 5. Andy Garcia 6. Denzel Washington 7. Penny Marshall 8. Leonardo DiCaprio 9. Arsenio Hall 10. Doris Day


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