Congo Cash wrote:Dwight will only leave if he hates money or something...
Forklift wrote:Congo Cash wrote:Dwight will only leave if he hates money or something...
if he will only stay for money why didn't he stay with Orlando? I'm pretty sure Orlando had more than enough money to keep him. The fact is Dwight wants a ring and it will be up to him to decide if Lakers can get him a ring i'm pretty sure if he sees an oppurtunity for a ring he will want to bolt and sign with that team.
magicman32 wrote:I hope Dwight leaves, he is far worse than I thought when I watched him in Orlando. No offensive skills, gets stripped ever freakin time, the FTs, he has the same ugly face up and drive move, no back to the basket post skills.
dude is way overhyped and he's not worth the max
I'd rather have an average center and build with a great PG and wing player like OKC has done.
magicman32 wrote:I'd rather have an average center and build with a great PG and wing player like OKC has done.
bumrusherer wrote:magicman32 wrote:I'd rather have an average center and build with a great PG and wing player like OKC has done.
Just one problem..where are you getting Kevin Durant and Russ Westbrook from?
One of them is a generational player and you have to be extremely lucky to get one of those.
Mr_Hollywood_Line wrote:Is Howard ever going to return to his pre-back surgery form?
That's my concern.
Savory Griddles wrote:I realize Dwight stands to lose a grip of money if he leaves here as a free agent, but he just seems so unhappy. I don’t think he ever wanted to be traded here, but he smiled and sucked it up when he arrived in Lakerland. Everyone was treating him like a king and who wouldn’t have a giant smile on their face with that kind of treatment. But the honeymoon period with everyone washing his balls has dissipated.
Make no mistake, the Nets are A LOT closer to competing than the Lakers. Dwight knows he is stuck with D’Antoni for the prime years of his career if he were to stay in LA because the Lakers can’t afford to pay both Mikes to sip margaritas on the beach while raking in 5 million a year.
Since the Lakers are stuck with D’Antoni, we should look to get players that fit that system, even though it likely means we will never win a title with it. If Love is available in a 3-way for Dwight, go for it. Trade Pau and Nash as well. A playoff berth is unattainable at this point, so start the fire sale.