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After being knocked out of the playoffs on Sunday night, the Los Angeles Lakers wrap up the season with their annual exit interviews. Players first meet with Mitch Kupchak and Mike D’Antoni, before then taking questions from the media. Click here to see a list of all the interviews added so far.
It was a disappointing year for Devin Ebanks, who worked hard over the summer on his game but never got the chance to show it off. He had problems off the court, and problems getting on the court. Even if it was a blowout, you’d rarely see Ebanks take to the floor.
It sounds like Devin won’t be back next year, which doesn’t really come as a big surprise.