How Corey Brewer's reign as NBA's active ironman came to an end

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How Corey Brewer's reign as NBA's active ironman came to an end
How Corey Brewer's reign as NBA's active ironman came to an end

LOS ANGELES — Earlier this season Luke Walton went to Corey Brewer with a question. The coach was mindful of the veteran swingman's reign as the league's active ironman, with a games played streak that before Thursday had reached 317 games. “Would he want me to throw him in some game with three seconds, call a timeout type of thing just to keep the streak alive?” Walton recalled to the Southern California News Group on Thursday night. He said Brewer replied, “No, just coach the game. If I'm playing I'm playing, if I'm not I'm not.” Walton recalled the exchange after Brewer, 31, was a healthy scratch in the Lakers' 93-81 win over San Antonio on Thursday, marking the first time Brewer did not check

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