LTLakerFan wrote:You know what it's like? It's like a couple years ago when Kobe was out for a stretch of 6 or so games and the rest of the team was playing really well and the Triangle was COOKING. Ball was moving and it was a gas to watch.
LTLakerFan wrote:My money is still on Kobe trying to show he can channel Magic better than LeBron when he has players that can bring it. Plus score and score efficiently, with less wait-for-the-double-teams-to-show-off.
Just as he is being honored by Kia Motors and the NBA with the November Community Assist Award in recognition of his charitable efforts and contributions in the community, the rumor mill keeps churning out trade talk that the Grizzlies are looking to find him a new home. The latest has him going to the Pelicans for Ryan Anderson. “Go figure,” Z-Bo said following the Grizzlies shootaround at New Orleans Arena on Friday.
“Memphis is a place that I’ve come to love and call home and it’s where I would definitely like to retire. I haven’t made any secret of that. Everybody out there knows how I feel. “I look at it like this: I understand it’s a business. I really do understand that. This is a small market team and money plays a factor. I understand all that. It’s different now. I don’t know if it’s just changes in (salary cap) rules or just a change in the way of the world. Like I said, it’s a business. NBA.com
“But yeah, it bothers me. It hurts a little bit. I can’t deny that. But it goes to show you that there ain’t no loyalty in this game. It seems like you only get loyalty in certain organizations. You see it in winning organizations like the Spurs, the Lakers, the Heat.
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LakerFan1235 wrote:Does Pau for Z-bo work? How many years are left on randolph's contract? Though z-bo is slow, I think his jump shot could work well in d'antoni's offense.
Doc Brown wrote:LakerFan1235 wrote:Does Pau for Z-bo work? How many years are left on randolph's contract? Though z-bo is slow, I think his jump shot could work well in d'antoni's offense.
19 million dollar player option for next season. I'd trade for him if he would decline that and resign him for cheaper. Not if he's going to keep that option though.
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