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What player did the Los Angeles Lakers trade in order to acquire Kobe Bryant?

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2014-09-23 02:39:17
2014-09-23 02:39:17

On July 11th, 1996, the Charlotte Hornets traded Kobe Bryant to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for center Vlade Divac.

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