abeer3 wrote:i've been resisting, but...fork. he didn't look super sharp for most of the preseason, and he's perpetually injured at this point. hopefully, he salvages dignity and retires rather than opting in next summer.
Rooscooter wrote:abeer3 wrote:i've been resisting, but...fork. he didn't look super sharp for most of the preseason, and he's perpetually injured at this point. hopefully, he salvages dignity and retires rather than opting in next summer.
Time for us to "buy him out" IMO. Having him here puts pressure on MDA to play him. This isn't a team that is close to doing anything of significance this season.... I'd rather use the time to hone younger players that may be able to help us rebuild rather than change the Depends on someone hanging on for a check. Buy him out and be done with it.
dwighthowardsdad wrote:I heard Ireland saying something interesting yesterday. He stated that Nash is trying to get into a place where he is healthy enough to play at a high level; not anything new, right...however, me also mentioned if Nash doesn't healthy within the next couple of months, he thinks Nash knows inside, he won't stick around. At least to me, it intimated that Nash might retire during the season, but I might be wrong. Nevertheless, I think if he's not healthy by the Trade Deadline, he is either retiring or traded...
wcsoldier81 wrote:^^^^ Lakers are going to use the stretch provision on Nash i.e buy out a player who has a guaranteed contract ... well next season
snackdaddy wrote:I know its a lot to pay for a backup. But having Nash play enough to spell Farmar isn't bad for them. Give Nash 15-20 minutes and Farmar 28-33 minutes and see if works.
khmrP wrote:lakerfan2 wrote:He should sit out indefinitely until he's 100%. Don't know why he's forcing himself now. Let the young guns run.
100% will never happen, his back has always given him problems.
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