Found December 20, 2011 on Lakers Blog:
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The former Lakers great says he is paying attention to the Clippers and that should be incentive to the Lakers. He adds that Kobe Bryant should not have to carry the team as he has done in the past.Of all the indignities that befell the Lakers in their exhibition opener, one stood out.
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