Thursday, Aug 13 2009
Wanna see B-list celebrities make fools of themselves? The Inaugural Lakers 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Fan Fest night, presented by Nike, hosts the likes of Scrubs' Donald Faison, Gran Torino's Cory Hardrict, Lois and Clark's Dean Cain, Talk Soup's Joel McHale and Drew Lachey (he's still around?). You'll also see real dribbling and dunking by members of the L.A. Lakers, Clippers, Galaxy, Sparks and Sol, get autographs and listen to live performances from Mosaic, American Idol's Joanna Pacitti, Dancing With the Stars' Mark Ballas and the New Boyz.
Fri., Aug. 14, 4-9 p.m., 2009
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