Weezy wrote:I guess I just see Durant really wanting to win by then, looking at Miami's formula for success, and thinking joining Harden and Howard is the smart thing to do. That is if Howard doesn't destroy Houston from the inside by then. I also believe Houston won't win any titles, but they might win enough while having frat boy fun to keep those guys happy and thinking they're successful.
I don't know. This team will look so different in 2016. I think we see the Lakers make strong moves for Carmelo this summer and then Rondo/Love the next season. Then the next summer we're talking about Durant? I can see how we could look more successful by then than Houston if that's the Laker plan.
By then Kobe retires and we free up the money for Durant? Maybe. I don't know that it works out that way, but I would be shocked if it's not on the Laker radar.