DJ-RaZ-Q#24 wrote:extreme wrote:he didn't play but he was a great team guy.
He will retire and come back i think
Omg please no - stay away from him as far as you can!!!
Mr_Hollywood_Line wrote:That's the kind of smile only a man who gets paid >$6 million a year to watch Lakers games can wear!
Can Luke Walton finally realize his potentional now that he's out of Kobe's shadow?
All these years on the Lakers Luke never really got his chance, he was never granted the opportunity to shoot 20+ times a night, they never let him take control of the offense. Most people believe that Kobe felt insecure and often begged Phil Jackson to keep Waltons minutes limited in order to make him look like a terrible player. Honestly if Cleveland builds around Irving/Walton I think they could be a playoff team by next year.
As far as stats go I think Walton could put up 25/8/5/ in around 40mpg.
luke can easily surpass lebron with the given touches, theres no doubt in my mind he can avg a triple double with at least 25 ppg
lukesanity coming your way.
maybe not GOAT but rite now I have him at 25.
If he could play at least fifteen games and average 3+ assist in doing so, i'll bump him up to top ten at least.
He is a more durable, thus genetically superior direct descendant of NBA legend Bill Walton. Welcome to the NBA's "Luke Walton Era".
white lebron in cleveland
expect him to go for 30/10/10 every night
Clearly Luke was held back by Kobe all these years we have a late frontrunner for MVP folks!
"There's Luke Walton......then there's the rest of us"
Luke Walton >>> God >> Jesus > Mankind
Luke sucks so bad he would've struggled to make a 1950's team
Jerry Buss wrote:One of the biggest reasons I bought the Lakers was to beat the Celtics …..you just got it into your soul that you couldn't stand the Celtics anymore
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