CGrand81 wrote:No Melo, no way.
You are not going to win with this guy as your #1, the same guy who got knocked out in the first round 8 out of his 10 seasons, the career 39% from the field in the post-season, he fades away in the playoffs. He's a glorified chucker, a bigger, more versatile form of AI. If he could dominate the ball less and play as a #2, he'd be one of the best side-kicks ever, but that is not going to happen.
The Laker Link wrote:Didn't Melo want Phil to coach the Knicks once? Maybe Melo and Kobe can entice him back.
Weezy wrote:I don't think 'Antoni is going to be here in 2014, I think this is his final season. And like I said in emplay's thread I'm not a huge Melo fan, but Melo with Kobe, and a big man signing, I'd probably be good with that.
Weezy wrote:I'm not a big Melo fan as far as a championship type player because I think he needs to shoot a lot to be at his best, but I do think he was a top MVP candidate this season. He also gets along with and likes Kobe, so maybe taking scoring load off old Kobe wouldn't be so bad. If, as the article points out, we could sign Melo, Kobe for relatively cheap, and another star with the rest of the cash, I wouldn't be opposed. You add Love or Alsridge with Kobe and Melo in 2015 and I would call that a success. I like it better than the LeBron plan anyway though.
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