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Friday June 29th, 2012

After their attempts to trade into the first round failed, the Los Angeles Lakers settled for buying the 55th overall pick from the Dallas Mavericks -- a pick that originally belonged to L.A.

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Dallas used the pick on Marquette guard Darius Johnson-Odom, an undersized, stocky two-guard who averaged 18.3 points as a senior and who presumably will get a chance to make the Lakers. Los Angeles also had the 60th and final pick in the draft, which it used to select Gonzaga center Robert Sacre.

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