Lakers Power A poet observes how a basketball team brings together disparate lives in downtown L.A.
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Lakers Power

Lakers Power

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Poet Lewis MacAdams lives in downtown Los Angeles, and he's written a series of vignettes for Day to Day about things he sees there. He calls them his Close To Home stories. Today, he looks at the power of a basketball team to bring together disparate lives in downtown L.A.