Aces coach Laimbeer surprised by 'Land of the Lost' stars

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LAS VEGAS (AP) - Before he played for the Detroit Pistons and then went on to be a successful WNBA coach, Bill Laimbeer spent a season playing a Sleestak on the hit television show "Land of the Lost." He played one of the nearly 7-foot tall reptilian creatures in the ... …

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