Crispy wrote:I just don't see Mitch pulling the trigger. We can't afford to pay Kobe, Smith, Gasol, AND Bynum. We're also paying Fish, Sasha, Rad, and Luke a good amount of money just to be role players, all for 3+ more years I believe. THEN if you wanted to resign Farmar and Ariza later on. I don't see Mitch taking on another big long term deal. Kobe and Pau would have to take major paycuts, and Bynum would have to settle for not getting a max deal. I mean, we still have Bynum, Farmar, Ariza, Sasha improving. Maybe they become better than what we think.
I think the best move for us is to keep Odom. Let's try and move him either at the deadline or next offseason. There's so much more options.
Hornets(adding Posey) got better , Clippers(though they are nowhere close they have gotten better) , thats three teams, and I dont disagree with you at all, Lakers are still #1 and they should be fine .emplay wrote:who has gotten better? arguably now the rockets - but anyone else?
emplay wrote:who has gotten better? arguably now the rockets - but anyone else?
Questionmark wrote:I understand what you're talking about Emplay, but the Rockets, Hornets (with Posey), and Portland (with Bayless and Oden) are all teams the Lakers weren't exactly successful with in the past couple of seasons.
And I might be a bit crazy, but I don't know what to think of the Mavs and Suns with a full year of their acquisitions from last season.
And I'll never say the Spurs are not right there.
Hornets - Posey
Rockets - Artest
Lakers - Bynum
yeah - Lakers there
LakersFan1211 wrote:For now, we can probably just see how it goes with Odom,Pau and Bynum together, if it won't work, then we all discuss again.
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