JSM wrote:He's better than Ebanks and actually fits a need...he can shoot. If he can keep his nose clean, wouldn't mind him at the end of the bench. At least it appears as though the Lakers are aware of at least one of their needs and are looking at ways to address it.
Weezy wrote:Well, if we're talking 3rd string, Ebanks replacement for the absolute minimum, then ok sure I take a chance. But if we're talking first backup, or even cheap starter, then my answer is still no thanks.
trodgers wrote:Weezy wrote:Well, if we're talking 3rd string, Ebanks replacement for the absolute minimum, then ok sure I take a chance. But if we're talking first backup, or even cheap starter, then my answer is still no thanks.
It seems to me - and I could be wrong - that you're viewing this in the wrong way. It seems like you're saying that there are bigger fish to fry. While there are surely bigger dominoes to fall, if we CAN improve any position at a Minimum contract, we NEED to make those moves. Dumping salary and improving every position after Kobe-Howard-Gasol-Nash is key.
Ian Begley: The Lakers will have ex-#Knick Shawne Williams in training camp. Mike D'Antoni is a big fan. Williams worked out for NY in late June. Twitter @IanBegley
Alex Kennedy @AlexKennedyNBA 40m
The Lakers have been keeping an eye on Shawne Williams for awhile. He'll attend their training camp and have a shot at making their roster.
Alex Kennedy @AlexKennedyNBA 39m
I spent some time with Shawne Williams a few weeks ago at IMG. He looked really good. Check out this dunk: https://vine.co/v/blUbnADtUXV
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