Bleacher Report Discusses Offseason Needs

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Bleacher Report Discusses Offseason Needs

Postby WhiteShark on Mon Jul 02, 2012 1:38 pm

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1243963-nba-2012-why-los-angeles-lakers-must-make-bold-moves-this-offseason

A blockbuster deal with Dallas for Lamar Odom, a five-year $95 million extension to team star Blake Griffin, and “advanced talks” with unrestricted free-agent Jamal Crawford, the Clippers are having the type of offseason that crosstown rivals, the Los Angeles Lakers so desperately need.

Tensions haven’t been this high, and rumors this wild, since Shaq (or Dr. O’Neal as of late) demanded a trade in 2003....

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1243963-nba-2012-why-los-angeles-lakers-must-make-bold-moves-this-offseason
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Re: Bleacher Report Discusses Offseason Needs

Postby waltonout on Mon Apr 08, 2013 6:09 pm

The biggest offseason needs for L.A.Lakers are 3.
1. To find a younger and better point guard and get rid of St.Nash and Ch.Duhon.
2. To find better pieces for our bench
3. To find one or two sharp shooters from long distance

But, as always, we first have to clean our house.The expiring contracts of Pau Gasol, M W P, Ch.Duhon can be attractive for many teams, who wants to download some salary for the next summer.In exchange, we can obtain some young players and draft pics.It will be also a good move, if coach M.D'Antoni got replaced with the Zen Master or Jerry Sloan. :man8: :bang: :jam2:
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