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  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 1:20 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

     
    • MongoSlade

      MongoSlade 1:35 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Gotta understand where these players’ priorities are and where we land in that pecking order.

  • Magicman (Editor)

    Magicman (Editor) 1:17 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    MAVS NATION ‏@MavsNationn
    NBA Rumor: Hassan Whiteside Hopes to Make Free Agency Decision on July 1st; Says No State Income Tax is a Factor (via @BleacherReport)

     
    • Magicman (Editor)

      Magicman (Editor) 1:18 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Hassan will play in Florida or Texas. Boom

    • MongoSlade

      MongoSlade 1:24 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I don’t think folks realize that this is a real issue among players. They usually don’t say it out loud tho…lol. State income tax in Cali n NY ain’t no joke, not to mention housing n other high costs of living.

      • Magicman (Editor)

        Magicman (Editor) 1:27 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        It’s huge factor.

      • Seely_Iggy (Director)

        Seely_Iggy (Director) 1:33 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        It’s huge. When I was living in Orange County, CA, it was very hard to make ends meet. Between the high cost of rent and income tax, I could barely make ends meet. When I moved to Florida, I find my disposable income suddenly increased due to no income taxes. The issue is millions of times magnified for people making as much money as these guys.

  • MongoSlade

    MongoSlade 1:17 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

     
  • Michael H (Editor)

    Michael H (Editor) 1:17 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    At least we will know quickly 

    Ethan J. Skolnick
    Ethan J. Skolnick – Verified account ‏@EthanJSkolnick

    Whiteside says he hopes his situation is resolved on July 1, and that it’s an easy decision
    12:52 PM – 26 Jun 2016

     
  • Magicman (Editor)

    Magicman (Editor) 12:38 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Kurt Helin ‏@basketballtalk
    PHOTOS: NBA commissioner Adam Silver marches in New York’s pride parade http://dlvr.it/LfmMxP

     
  • Magicman (Editor)

    Magicman (Editor) 12:28 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Kamenetzky Brothers ‏@KamBrothers
    The Lakers may be on the way towards establishing an outstanding culture. But equating Walton’s arrival with having done it is premature. AK

     
    • John M.

      John M. 12:36 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Of course it is. But this is the internet, where things are never allowed to quietly navigate their way. For better or worse, so be it.

    • mud

      mud 12:38 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      the Irrelevant Brothers have spoken.

  • LakerTom (Publisher) 11:47 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Is Hassan Whiteside the right fit for the Lakers' culture? 

     
    • LakerTom (Publisher) 11:53 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      If there is a downside to signing Hassan Whiteside, it would be the sense you get that he is one of those players with a big chip on their shoulder, which can be a great positive motivator as well as a huge negative for team chemistry and culture. Hassan does not strike me as a team first player. In many ways, he could become a young DeMarcus Cousins, great talent but with a lot of baggage. At 27, he would be the oldest starter on a very young Lakers’ team.

      It’s also not like Whiteside would be joining a stable experienced team like the Spurs or Warriors. Luke and his staff would have to be confident that Hassan would fit into the style of offense and defense they want to play. In the end, most teams will gamble on talent with baggage thinking their staff and team will keep the situation in check. But there have been many examples of how adding the wrong player can be disastrous, e.g. Dwight Howard. Don’t know whether the Lakers learned anything from that mistake though. Have to gamble.

      • John M.

        John M. 11:57 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Don’t you think if he were another Howard or Cousins, the Heat would want to deal him? It seems to be the opposite, since Riley wants him to stay.

        • LakerTom (Publisher) 12:09 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          I think it’s because he probably isn’t the moody prima donna Cousins or Howard have proven to be. I’ve always liked a fiery, passionate player over the calm cool player. There are pros and cons to both sides. Bottom line, Whiteside has not seemed to have rebelled at how he has been pulled in and out of the lineup to close some games, although that could be a reason he might be looking elsewhere where he could have a bigger role and be able to close out games.

          The Lakers need to figure out why Hassan might want to leave the Heat and design their pitch to give him reasons to prefer coming to the Lakers. In a way, he is a traditional center and may have tough matchups when teams go small and run PNR after PNR at him. That’s where he had problems with the Heat. He also is not a willing or good passer which does not fit well with Luke’s plan. But that’s why I would prefer Horford over Whiteside, though I’d be take either.

  • LakerTom (Publisher) 11:31 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Dissecting ESPN’s Unwarranted D’Angelo Russell Hate 

    BY ADVITH SARIKONDA FOR LAKE SHOW LIFE

    Examining why the blatant disrespect toward Lakers’ point guard,D’Angelo Russell needs to be addressed

    On Thursday, the Los Angeles Lakers drafted Duke small forward Brandon Ingramwith the second overall pick, a major step in the right direction for a team coming off of the worst season in franchise history.

    Rightfully so, Ingram’s selection engendered much buzz, and discussions regarding the future of the franchise were initiated thanks to the selection of a player whose game many have compared to that of Kevin Durant.

    The talking points appeared to be valid. Should the Lakers build around Ingram? Can he become a viable part of the Lakers’ young core? But the discussions soon took a turn for the worse, however, when point guard D’Angelo Russell’s name was brought up.

    Immediately, television personalities Michael Wilbon and Jalen Rose brought up how the Lakers needed to trade Russell, citing his lack of maturity following his embarrassing video scandal involving small forward Nick Young back in March.

    Former player Jay Williams even suggested that the Lakers draft Providence point guard, Kris Dunn instead of Ingram as a means to trade Russell prior to the draft.

    On the other end of the spectrum, Los Angeles Times columnist Bill Plaschke, who actually supported the team’s decision to draft Ingram, still managed to lambaste Russell in a piece for the LA Times.

    The celebratory mood was in contrast to the defensiveness that permeated the organization last June when the Lakers shrugged off the natural No. 2 pick  of Jahlil Okafor and instead reached for D’Angelo Russell.

    In some ways, they’re still reaching for Russell, trying to connect with him, and this pick of Ingram may lead them to eventually trade him for a stabilizing veteran if they feel a core of Ingram, Jordan Clarkson and Julius Randle is their future.

    (More …)

     
    • LakerTom (Publisher) 11:34 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Could it be as simple as the one’s hating on D’Angelo are ones who are cheaters?

    • John M.

      John M. 11:52 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Possibly, but to me, it’s as simple as this: professional basketball players are expected to act like professionals. That includes compartmentalizing personal issues so they don’t interfere with their jobs. If any of D’Angelo’s teammates have a problem with his off-court behavior to the extent it affects their play and team chemistry, Luke and his staff will deal with it. You don’t trade one of your best assets in response, that’s for sure.

      • LakerTom (Publisher) 12:02 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Exactly, John. That’s the disconnect I saw watching the draft. The analysts allowed their personal code of behavior to wrongly influence their analysis of what the Lakers should do, to the point of making themselves look like foolish amateurs recommending the Lakers stupidly trade their best prospect for a future superstar because of an isolated personal incident. Any GM who would do that with the #2 pick would be fired.

        From everything I can see, Russell has been working his butt off to become the best he can. I expect great progress from him this season now that he has a supportive coach and a modern system that fits his skill set. I don’t think those flashes we saw of greatness from this kid were fools gold. D’Angelo is going to be a great point guard once he grows and matures. He’ll be a high scoring point guard ala Steph Curry.

        • Seely_Iggy (Director)

          Seely_Iggy (Director) 12:16 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Exactly, Tom! I was in disbelieve when I heard that. Trade away one of our best assets because of one single incident?!!! These guys are high on self-righteousness and for the wrong reasons too! They do sound stupid.

          Russell has been super excited and enthusiastic. He had been supportive of the new coach and new team mates. He’s been putting in work and trying to learn as much as he can. How do you trade away a kid who has clearly decided to better himself and prove his worth. That alone, is worth keeping him around for another year at least. But I think Russell will have a breakout year and those analysts can go eat crow.

    • Seely_Iggy (Director)

      Seely_Iggy (Director) 12:06 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I think cheating on their significant others is rampant in the NBA. Imagine all that money and fame. They probably have lots of women (and men too) throwing themselves at the players. All those days on the road away from spouses and families provides opportunities. The players get away with it because no one talks about it. That’s why this struck such a nerve among players and ex-players. It’s supposed to be “bros before hoes” and someone broke the code of silence.

    • Michael H (Editor)

      Michael H (Editor) 12:07 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      It’s interesting that some of the social sites have reported that Nick dumped Iggy to go back to the woman he was living with before, I guess he really loves her and oh she’s pregnant so there you go.

      I read a lot of scouting reports on Russell. I’m geek like that. And while his upside was highly rated he was also considered least ready compared to some of the top guys. But he’s working hard this summer, something that Mitch praised him for. I was one who wanted to draft Okafor but I’m glad we didn’t. While Russell showed steady improvement Okafor kinda stayed flat. And I view getting into situations where guns are pulled a little more seriously then not understanding how a the technology in an app works.

      • LakerTom (Publisher) 12:22 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Aloha, MIchael,

        The unvarnished truth is D’Angelo may have inadvertently saved both Nick and Iggy from a lot of personal and financial pain by allowing his video to be posted online.

        • Magicman (Editor)

          Magicman (Editor) 12:26 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Why is this still a topic of conversation?

          • AK27

            AK27 12:37 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Exactly :D

          • mclyne32 (Director) 1:02 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            Beacause some know that his character is a big question, but don’t want to admit it.
            I would trade him if we could get a guy like Butler or Cousins back, but not for a second tier player.
            I really hope he doesn’t hurt our chances of signing any good FAs because that is a factor for some.
            Front of Jersey until you have earned it,

            • AK27

              AK27 1:06 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink

              True..although wouldnt you have traded him for Butler or Cousins even without that incident ?

      • John M.

        John M. 1:12 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Russell’s immaturity is similar to Ingram’s build. Time will take care of both.

    • MongoSlade

      MongoSlade 1:08 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

  • DJ2KB24

    DJ2KB24 11:06 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Besides Baze, we could go after Wes Johnson and Jodie Meeks and Nick Young and (sorry we got Nicked already) Ronnie Price and Jordan Farmar and X Henry and and..

     
    • LakerTom (Publisher) 11:19 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Other than Baze and Ed Davis, I don’t think we let anybody walk that we really would have preferred stayed. At least not at this point in time. But Kent really has improved his offense and defense since leaving the Lakers and he is now a proven two-way player who has great length and athleticism and can shoot the 3. He’s going to get a huge raise in pay, maybe up to $18M per year in the new inflated NBA. I would love to see the Lakers to after him after we get a center. Selfless player who fits perfectly.

      • Seely_Iggy (Director)

        Seely_Iggy (Director) 12:17 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        I really wish we still had Ed Davis. It’s too bad Lakers got caught up with the fruitless Aldridge recruitment and Ed didn’t want to wait around.

        • LakerTom (Publisher) 12:23 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Yeah, Ed was one we should not have let get away. Just like Kent.

        • Magicman (Editor)

          Magicman (Editor) 12:35 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          It wasn’t fruitless to Aldridge before he realized the Lakers Organization was unprepared for a meeting with a top FA

          • Seely_Iggy (Director)

            Seely_Iggy (Director) 12:54 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

            It was fruitless because Alridge all along was looking for a team where he’d have a good chance of winning a ring. He’s at that stage in his career. Lakers was nowhere in that stratosphere.

            • AK27

              AK27 1:01 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink

              Yep..too much was made out of the part the presentation had to play in the outcome…sure, the meeting likely wasnt handled the way it could have been but I doubt they could have done anything to get Aldridge to sign after all those barren years in Portland

            • Magicman (Editor)

              Magicman (Editor) 1:16 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink

              A2d, he was encouraged by the Lakers preparation and analytics on the court.

              They disappointed with a poor presentation. Go ask him…again.

            • Seely_Iggy (Director)

              Seely_Iggy (Director) 1:39 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink

              It was more like Aldridge patted the Lakers on the head after the second presentation, “That was a much better presentation. Now run along, while the Spurs and I talk about the big boys league.”

    • mclyne32 (Director) 1:05 PM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Deej, you have to build it before anyone will come!

  • LakerTom (Publisher) 7:54 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Is Hassan Whiteside worth ‘aggressively pursuing?’ 

     
    • LakerTom (Publisher) 8:02 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I assume “by aggressively pursuing,” we mean he’s the guy we call at 12:01 am ET.
      I get the feeling that making him #1 priority could end up being important to Whiteside.
      Especially since the Lakers had him and cut him. You don’t interview and get back to him.
      You go in with Shaq and Kareem and close him as the Lakers next HOF center.

      If the reports are true, which is likely considering the sources and logic, then this is good news.
      It means the Lakers aren’t hanging their hats and getting paralyzed over Durant or LeBron
      They need go hard after Whiteside with a max deal out of the box and sign him right away.
      Fast, decisive, and successful -- just like with Walton. Hassan is a guy we can sell.

  • For whom the bell trolls 4:26 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    No More DAR – trade him before EVERYBODY figures out he can’t guard a snail
    No More Clarkson – before EVERYBODY figures out he can’t guard a slug

    Keep Randle – guy is a double double machine
    Keep Nance – he’s athletic DAR is not
    Get Rondo – he can guard a snail and a slug simultaneously
    Get a center who can score – Cousins
    Get real if you think Clarkson or DAR will ever be more than above average

     
    • LakerTom (Publisher) 8:13 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Keep DAR – He will be the Lakers next superstar and his defense improved greatly.
      Keep Clarkson – Sign Bazemore and move Clarkson to backup point guard and 6th man
      Keep Randle – He will have to learn to shoot and defend or he will be traded
      Keep Nance – He will be a good role player but needs to be more aggressive
      Forget Rondo – He is a poor fit for Luke’s offense and the team’s young roster
      Get a center who can score and defend -- Whiteside or Horford
      Get real if you think DAR is not going to be the best young player on this team

  • Magicman (Editor)

    Magicman (Editor) 11:20 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    The Vertical ‏@TheVertical
    From undrafted to NBA starter: Kent Bazemore’s advice to players who didn’t hear their name called on Thursday. http://yhoo.it/28Tucb4

     
    • Magicman (Editor)

      Magicman (Editor) 11:24 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      ()…

      I signed a $90,000 contract in the Ukraine with an NBA opt-out. After missing the Orlando summer league, I went to the Las Vegas summer league with the Golden State Warriors. I agreed to a partially guaranteed deal with the Warriors because my agent, Austin Walton, and I felt I had a great chance to make the roster. My rookie year, I played behind Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes, Jarrett Jack, Brandon Rush, and Richard Jefferson. There were absolutely zero minutes available.
      What did I do? I came to the gym early and stayed late, and with the help of the video coordinators – they should be your best friends forever and always – I worked to improve. I would share the court with the cheerleaders pregame and work out hours before the game whether I was expecting to get minutes in a blowout or not. I never saved an ounce of energy. This is energy I was born with, and I dispersed positive vibes to everyone in my locker room. They called it “Bazemoring.” I called it doing whatever I had to do to stick.

      I was sent down to the NBA Development League, but I never looked at it as a demotion. I loved watching Steph tear it up, but I had a chance to go to Santa Cruz and play the game. I used the D-League to sharpen my skills, iron out the kinks and stay ready.

      The summer before I entered my second year in 2013, Draymond Green and I were named captains of the Warriors’ summer-league team. It was the first year summer-league champions were going to be crowned. We went undefeated and beat a Suns team that had six or seven NBA guys to win the title. I was determined to show that I knew how to win, no matter the stage.

      At the trade deadline I was moved to the L.A. Lakers. I am not going to lie: leaving Golden State was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do. However, I knew that I would have an opportunity to showcase my skills. From the moment I signed with Golden State my mindset was to excel at the role I had while relentlessly working toward the role I wanted. Then-Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni allowed me to do just that. I went from averaging 6.1 minutes per game to playing 28 per game. But with five games remaining in the season I tore a tendon in my right ankle.

      The Lakers did not pick up my qualifying offer for $1.2 million, so I became an unrestricted free agent.

      ()…

    • Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well)

      Jamie Sweet (Local Ne'er-Do-Well) 12:42 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Sooo…no on Kent?

    • LakerTom (Publisher) 8:16 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I love Kent Bazemore, Jamie.
      He is #2 on my free agent want list after Horford or Whiteside.
      He would bring better defense and long range shooting to the starting lineup.
      We could then move Clarkson to the bench as backup point guard and 6th man.

      Russell, Bazemore, Ingram, Randle, Horford or Whiteside.
      Clarkson, Williams, Brown, Nance, Jr., Zubac

    • mclyne32 (Director) 9:28 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Wish we would have kept Bazemore.
      Hopefully, we can get him back.

      • LakerTom (Publisher) 10:03 AM on June 26, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        I think Baze is the perfect player with his 6-11 wingspan, defensive athleticism, and 3-point stroke to play shooting guard alongside D’Angelo Russell. That would enable Clarkson to go to the bench to be our backup point guard and 6th man, which I think is the perfect role for him. He and Lou Williams would be a dynamic duo off the bench.

        I just read an article on a Pelicans website that estimated it would take a 4-year $70M deal to sign Bazemore. That’s an average of $18M per year in a rising salary sea. That sounds about right. Kent’s two-way game would be a great fit for the Lakers.

        I just love the idea of playing Kent’s 6-11 wingspan along with Russell’s 6-10, Ingram’s 7-3, and Whiteside’s 7-7. Lakers would suddenly have the longest team in the league, which will help defensively. Now if we could stretch Randle’s T-Rex alligator arms…

  • Magicman (Editor)

    Magicman (Editor) 8:31 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    jordan cornette ‏@jordancornette
    Auguste has good size (6’10), nice hands&elite as a dive guy in ballscreens. Can consistently hit 15 footer too. #Lakers stole one. #Irish

    jordan cornette ‏@jordancornette
    Zach Auguste will get shot w/ #Lakers on NBA Summer League team. He’s most talented kid to go undrafted. Runs floor well&rebounds. #Irish

     
    • mclyne32 (Director) 8:53 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Why did he get passed up?

      • Magicman (Editor)

        Magicman (Editor) 9:19 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        It’s Summer League dude, he’s limited Offensively but he runs the floor well and is all heart.

        If he was ever a Laker, he’d need serious PT in D-League.

        I hope he plays great and earns a Camp invite.

      • Magicman (Editor)

        Magicman (Editor) 9:34 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Mike Brey ‏@NDMikeBrey
        Lakers feedback on ZA: “Best ballscreen decisions of anyone they worked out.”

        He’s got a shot with L.A.!

        #NDinNBA

        • Magicman (Editor)

          Magicman (Editor) 9:39 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Alex Kennedy ‏@AlexKennedyNBA
          Notre Dame’s Zach Auguste will be a busy man before the NBA draft. He has scheduled 19 workouts with teams.

        • Magic Phil

          Magic Phil 10:19 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          Take him.

      • Magicman (Editor)

        Magicman (Editor) 9:37 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Rivals Nation ‏@RivalsNation
        Zach Auguste will play for the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Summer League! He and AAU teammate Noah Vonleh both in Las Vegas this Summer.

      • Magicman (Editor)

        Magicman (Editor) 9:40 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Tim Prister
        May 25
        Tim Prister ‏@timprister
        Brey says Auguste will likely work out with 20 NBA teams. Says more important than him attending combine. #NotreDame

        Tim Prister
        May 25
        Tim Prister ‏@timprister
        Mike Brey says Demetrius Jackson is projected between picks No. 10 and 20 in NBA draft, Zach Auguste on fringe of 2nd round. #NotreDame

        • Magicman (Editor)

          Magicman (Editor) 9:41 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

          NBA Scouting Report ‏@nba_scoutreport
          New potential #undrafted profile of PF Zach Auguste w/stats and videos. Check it here: http://bit.ly/1sPy58X #NBADraft #Mockdraft #NBA

  • LakerTom (Publisher) 7:07 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Whiteside looking good in purple and gold 

     
    • mclyne32 (Director) 7:23 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      I want the Biz!
      Won’t need to worry about him going Dwight Coward on us.

    • Magic Phil

      Magic Phil 8:49 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      This guy…he show talent etc but I don’t see him “fitting” anywhere. Look at ADavis. Kid is raw but you can see his ceiling is high. Hassan plays like he’s ready to rock the world. I’d tell him, the world is much bigger than you think.

  • DJ2KB24

    DJ2KB24 6:33 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Okay Mitch and Jimmie, ya’ll got NEXT!

     
    • mclyne32 (Director) 7:24 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      And for Baseball Cap, it’s his Last!

      • DJ2KB24

        DJ2KB24 8:02 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Sure it is???? He ain’t leavin now or probably never. I’m going to be so thrilled to get overpaid, under-worth 2nd grade Free Agents.

    • keen observer

      keen observer 10:14 PM on June 25, 2016 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      #mcwhyne

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