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Boys' basketball: Flea loves his Fairfax Lions

Flea, the co-founder of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, has a courtside seat for Lakers games, but he looked very happy sitting courtside elsewhere on Monday night -- watching and rooting for his alma mater, unbeaten Fairfax High. The Lions improved to 20-0 in defeating Westchester, 54-49. "Go Lions," the bassist, wearing a gold Fairfax jersey, said before the game. He knows basketball, and said he knows standout point guard Lindsey Drew from talking to him at a Lakers game. "He's just a mature kid," Flea said. "He's unselfish. He gets everyone involved. He can score, he can dish. Basketball is a cerebral game. It's a physical game, it's a game...

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