People might say well he didnt want to come back, but rest assure Lakers never said publicy their main priority was to bring Sessions back and he was part of the future. If the Lakers had been more aggressive with Sessions I could not see him leaving. Such a pity he is on the bobcats after we gave up a first from a team who needs more talented youth
the 1st rd also got rid of Walton if you forgot....also Sess was going to milk this team for all they got if Nash wasn't available, that is why his agent went crazy on twitter before deleting his retarted tweets. He settled for the same salary in Cha because he was closer to home and had a chance to start. His ppg/asst avg. look nice but try looking at his fg%, 37% from the field and 23% from 3's? He would've def. suffered under Brown to begin the season thats for sure, dont know what he would be doing with these horrible % under Pringles.