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The Lakers are on a roll. Los Angeles is 4-1 since the firing of Mike Brown, and with new coach Mike D’Antoni in tow, is running a new up-tempo offense that seems to be serving Kobe Bryant and Co. well. And it’s doing it all without the presence of point guard Steve Nash. Well, Nash was in attendance, wearing a suit, on Sunday as the Lakers beat the Houston Rockets 119-108, and when the in-house camera focused on him, treated the Staples Center crowd to his personal take on the “Gangnam Style” dance. Check out Nash become the latest to go Gangnam in the video below. Thumbnail via screengrab/YouTube
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