Radmanovic held his second annual “Crossing Oceans for Children” dinner and silent auction last Thursday in Santa Monica in an effort to raise funds for displaced children in Los Angeles and Serbia and Montenegro.

TheLakersNation.com was invited to cover the event and we are proud to present our exclusive video coverage of the event!

We want to say thank you to Matt Wade and Vlad Radmanovic himself for inviting us to this wonderful event. We also want to say thank you to the many players and coaching staff who took their time to talk to us at the event.

For some more video coverage from the event, check out the following…

  • http://www.myspace.com/dbricks David Brickley

    WOW…great editing Chris, and what an event. Laker players commenting on the charity, and at the end reppin TLN.com, wow not that it wasnt before but were def OFFICIAL, if you are a true Lakers fan and you dont visit this site, then…well…your not a true lakers fan..thats it!..lol GREAT JOB GUYS!

  • http://hzmdesigns.com Kam Pashai

    It was a great event!

    I’ll have pictures for you guys soon.

  • e-bucher

    where was kobe???…doesn’t have the time to support a teammate???…gj…

  • http://ld2k.com Chris Manning

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    Kobe was there. But as expected, he went into the event rather quickly. We decided to let him go in since he passed up on multiple media interviews.

    He was there. Him and Odom were honestly the only two we weren’t able to get interviewed.

  • http://hzmdesigns.com Kam Pashai

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    Kobe showed up with Luke. I think there’s a clip of Luke walking in, you can see Kobe behind him.

  • http://www.jamieinsider.com Jamie Spears Insider

    Great stuff Vlade, TLN.

  • RAZOR RAMON

    sweet

  • Michael_23

    I bet the only guy who showed up last year was D. Fish.

    Remember that long road trip the Lakers had? I think that trip bonded the Lakers. It them stronger and trust each other more. Also, when Kobe received his MVP and dedicated it to his team mates that really united the Laker players. Then when the playoffs came, they put out teams early making time to watch playoff games with each other. Why is one of the reasons why it was hard to let Ronny go. I see it this year too and let’s home we see it for many more years to come.

    … But someone has to take a paycut … eeks …

    LO ? Kobe ? Get rid of Luke somehow? = )

  • http://hzmdesigns.com Kam Pashai

    It was Turiaf.

  • e-bucher

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    was being a dumba$$ but thanks for the info

  • e-bucher

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    hah…you can barely see him but you’re right

  • lakrfan4life

    i was there!
    it was very fun!!!

    thank you v-rad for giving back to the community

  • Rinnegato

    Great stuff guys- Glad to see this type of stuff happening and getting a unique view of what goes on.

  • Michael_23

    Guys, if you have NBATV they are showing a whole slew of Kobe’s memorable moments. It’s Legends Night that feature a road to his MVP season, his 81 point game, and the buzzer beater against the Suns in 2006 playoffs.

    I guess they are proclaiming Kobe Bryant already a Legend when he’s not even close to retiring.

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