CrnaMamba wrote:Source: http://espn.go.com/blog/los-angeles/lak ... -in-denver
For all those fans clamoring for a flashy veteran guard known as much for his outsized personality as he is for his offensive skills to come to L.A., your prayers were answered Friday. The Los Angeles D-Fenders acquired Rafer Alston.
OK, so "Skip to my Lou" isn't quite "Agent Zero" and he's playing for the Lakers' D-League affiliate instead of the actual Lakers, but the D-Fenders have already had two guards called up (Jamaal Tinsley to the Jazz, Ish Smith to the Magic) so maybe Alston will make it three by swapping places with rookie Darius Morris for some burn with the Lakers. Alston played for seven teams in his 11-year NBA career, averaging 10.1 points and 4.8 assists. He last played in the league in 2009-10 for New Jersey before going to China to play for Zhejiang Guangsha during the 2010-11 season, where he averaged 19.6 points and 3.8 assists in eight games.
trodgers wrote:from Kevin Ding on Twitter: Mike Brown said gl0ck might continue to be backup PG when Blake returns, with Blake moving to backup SG.
escobar8 wrote:any link...???
i got one...but the LAC are on it...do i have wait them to finish or there is another link...???
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