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Gasol and others sing for UNICEF

By Janis Carr, OCRegister

865 days ago   Article ID# 1504682
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United Nations Children's Fund

SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA (OCRegister) - The NBA trade deadline had passed and Pau Gasol still was in Los Angeles. The Lakers had traded another high-profile player, not Gasol and the four-time All-Star was relieved.

He was so happy, he could sing. And he did.

As ambassador for UNICEF, Gasol performed on stage Thursday at the El Rey Theatre, singing The Fray's "How To Save A Life" at the UNICEF Playlist with the A-List benefit event and did it well.

Before the show began, Gasol expressed his sadness over veteran guard Derek Fisher being traded to Houston on Thursday, especially "someone that you respect and care about.

"But it could have been anybody. It could have been me, right?"

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Updated 865 days ago   Article ID# 1504682

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