This should be the Lakers Rotation when Nash returns

Re: This should be the Lakers Rotation when Nash returns

Postby socallakerlove on Thu Nov 29, 2012 4:30 pm

trodgers wrote:
socallakerlove wrote:Okay. Thanks. But only cause you said so.

I am eating a carrot. You nearly killed me.


And I thought vegetables were supposed to be good for you. :man9:
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Re: This should be the Lakers Rotation when Nash returns

Postby purp n gold on Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:46 pm

D'Antoni goes 8 deep at most
There are two teams that play in the Staples Center:
the LA Lakers and NBA Clippers.
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Re: This should be the Lakers Rotation when Nash returns

Postby Sirron on Thu Nov 29, 2012 11:59 pm

socallakerlove wrote:Okay. Thanks. But only cause you said so.
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Re: This should be the Lakers Rotation when Nash returns

Postby lakersin4 on Fri Nov 30, 2012 2:37 am

Vlade_12 wrote:Rotations:
The 10 man rotation should be the following:
Starting 5
Dwight , Jamison, World Peace, Kobe, Nash
Reasoning:
Dwight and World Peace are defensive beasts and can help out Jamison and Nash. This starting 5 is mobile, as Jamison is a stretch 4 who even at his age is a nimble 4. We will have our two main options of Kobe and Dwight, with Nash handling the ball surrounded by two shooters. All players are vets with uncanny awareness

Bench
Gasol, JHill, Ebanks, Meeks, Morris
Reasoning:
This bench would counter our older starting unit and would provide energy. If we are playing a star 4 then Hill will see more minutes instead of Jamison. Gasol will be the featured low post presence with this unit. Our youth would really try to push the tempo, led by Morris. Morris would also have to spell Nash early.Come playoff time we shorten the bench to a 8-9 rotation by playing either Ebanks or Meeks on who is playing the best.

Reserves
Duhon, Clark- they guys will be there for morale support, and ready in the event of an injury, or if Ebanks and Morris struggle.

IR/Dleague
Blake, Odom, Sacre
I would like to see the above rotation

I doubt they drop Blake out of the rotation. If he's playing well, we'll even see him getting minutes over Meeks at the 2.
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Re: This should be the Lakers Rotation when Nash returns

Postby KBJelleyBean24 on Fri Nov 30, 2012 4:36 am

I thought the same thing at first too, but if Pau is coming off the bench I rather trade him for a stretch 4 like Ryan Anderson and/or more shooters which we desperately need in our second unit.
I should get an assist for that. It's an intentional pass to oneself, so it's an assist. That way people can't say all I do is shoot.
-Kobe on passing the ball to himself off the backboard.
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Re: This should be the Lakers Rotation when Nash returns

Postby lakersin4 on Fri Nov 30, 2012 4:49 am

KBJelleyBean24 wrote:I thought the same thing at first too, but if Pau is coming off the bench I rather trade him for a stretch 4 like Ryan Anderson and/or more shooters which we desperately need in our second unit.

I think our only shot at Anderson was including Pau in a Dwight deal early on. He's better for NO than Pau, at half the price. I think the best shooting 4 we have a realistic shot at is Bargnani. We'd also take Calderon & hopefully unload Blake or Duhon.
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