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Welcome our newest lackeys...er, I mean contributors.

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE

My dear Silver Screen & Roll devotees, our beautiful little corner of Laker loving has undergone a great deal of change over the past year. From the departure of the excellent C.A. Clark, to the ascension of the great Drew Garrison to blog manager, to the...different quality of basketball we're watching this year, it's certainly been a very eventful twelve months here on the blogosphere.

One great new change is a very solid, very lovable batch of new writers here on SS&R. As you may have noticed, there's been an influx of talent as of late, so let's go no further without introducing these young studs:

Tom Fehr: Tom comes to us by way of RockChalkTalk.com, the SBNation blog for KU Jayhawks men's basketball. Mr. Fehr (pronounced like "fear". Yeah. Don't mess with this guy) is a near graduate of that fine university and will be providing a wealth of coverage on prospects leading up to June's NBA Draft. Despite his midwest leanings, Tom is a big Lakers fan and will be posting on both all pertinent college basketball matters, as well as the NBA. Give him a follow @TJFsports

The CDP: Our newest writer is a lifelong, rabid Lakers fan who couldn't be more fired up to join this fine, fine blog that he's been a fan of for so long. He'll be writing about the Show, strangely enough (or maybe just strangely for this staff) actually on location in Los Angeles! Please welcome The CDP to SS&R and give him a follow @thecdp24

Harrison Faigen: Harrison has been writing for SS&R for a little while now, assisting with our daily Credits posts. However, like a young Manny Harris rising from the D-League into the big show lights, our young sharpshooter is now a full-time contributor to SS&R. Hopefully we'll keep him more than 10 days. You can reach him @hmfaigen

Please welcome our newest writers and make sure to give them a follow on Twitter! Very much looking forward to their contributions in the future.

--MAMBINO