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The Los Angeles  Lakers traded  away their co-captain Derek Fisher today, the point guard who won five national championships with the franchise.

Lakers Trade Away Derek Fisher and Luke Walton

The Los Angeles Lakers traded away their co-captain Derek Fisher today, the point guard who won five national championships with the franchise.

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