KG to LA with multi-team deal....being discussed on KLAC 570

KG to LA with multi-team deal....being discussed on KLAC 570

Postby MagicToKobe on Mon Jun 25, 2007 12:09 pm

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Postby basketboy on Mon Jun 25, 2007 12:35 pm

for those of us who cant check out 570, you could have posted what they were talking about, lol.
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Postby 24kobe24bryant24 on Mon Jun 25, 2007 12:40 pm

please explain or provide a link
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Postby Alleyhoops on Mon Jun 25, 2007 12:42 pm

It's reported that both Wolves and Lakers ownership spoke and it was determined that McHale and Kupchak will enter into serious talks regarding a three-way trade that includes the Pacers. The deal would send at least Odom and Bynum out, while Garnett comes to L.A.
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Postby kingkb24 on Mon Jun 25, 2007 1:27 pm

http://getgarnett.com/blog/?p=334

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Postby Lakeshow24 on Mon Jun 25, 2007 1:42 pm

Kudos to getgarnett.com, for establishing the foundation for Lakers management to get off their tails and DO SOMETHING... as Kobe so eloquently puts it. :mhihi: Seriously though, don't underestimate the power of Lakers fans in coercing such action.

For all we know, the Buss family may have visited the site and the site may have given them the confidence to know that it will make Lakers fans happy enough to tolerate trading Bynum or Odom away for him. Just a thought...
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Postby popo on Mon Jun 25, 2007 2:02 pm

heres another linkhttp://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/ ... d=2916217o
you never kno but maybe K0be and KG had a plan sumthing smells fishy and its not kupchaks breath
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Postby KoBEnKGchamps08 on Mon Jun 25, 2007 3:04 pm

Lakers get KG
Wolves get Jefferson and 5th pick
Pacers get Odom Bynum
Boston get JO
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Postby TheMagicTouch on Mon Jun 25, 2007 5:47 pm

How about this?

http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.ph ... id=4011954

LA gives up Bynum, Odom, Caveman, Evans, picks 19, 40 & future 1st round
LA receives Garnet and pick #32


Had to give up Mo to make the salaries work and it beats having no centers. The draft should be deep enough to possibly get a steal with the 32nd pick

Boston gives up Ratliff, Al Jefferson, Wally Szczerbiak, picks #5 and #32
Boston receives Jermaine O'neal, Caveman, Evans, picks #19, #40


Jefferson is a future star and the compensation is fair. Getting Radman makes up for losing Wally, plus they can still pick up decent players with picks 19 and 40. Boston will suddenly have an all-star, role players and depth.

Minnesota trade Kevin Garnett and the #7 draft pick
Minnesota receives Jefferson, Ratliff, Szczerbiak, and the #5 pick and LA's future first round pick


Minnesota makes out well here. Ratliff can still be a shot blocking presence, Szczerbiak has been dialed in while we weren't looking and Mchale obviously sees star potential in Jefferson. Plus they trade their 7 for the 5 pick and pick up a future first round pick from the Lakers - though I'm thinking '10 instead of '09. As an added bonus, since the T-Wolves are looking for expiring contracts, Ratliff will be a FA at the end of the season and Szczerbiak has a player option after '07

Indiana trades Jermaine O'Neil
Indiana receives Lamar Odom, Andrew Bynum, & draft pick #7


Lamar should fit into the Pacers offense well and they won't lose a lot on the rebounding end in this deal either. Indiana is reportedly not completely sold on Bynum but I do think they are intrigued by Bynum's potential. Adding in the 7 pick should make this deal too good to turn down for the Pacers and should be easy to negotiate as long as the Lakers include a future first rounder to Minnesota.
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Postby jellyroll49 on Tue Jun 26, 2007 12:54 am

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/features/t ... 11~2~13~13

minny gets #5
indy gets #19
boston gets future laker 1st rounder
"It's not even close," says one Western Conference scout. "The difference between Kobe and LeBron is like [the one between] a Maserati and a Volvo."


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Postby 24kobe24bryant24 on Tue Jun 26, 2007 12:31 pm

since boston does not want to give up jefferson and #5 for oneal. how about just throwing the pacers out of the deal.

Boston Trade Breakdown:
OUT: Al Jefferson, #5
IN: Lamar Odom, Andrew Bynum

Minnesota Trade Breakdown:
OUT: KG
IN: Al Jefferson, #5

LA Trade Breakdown
OUT: Odom, Bynum
IN: KG

obviously some filler might have to be added, but Minnesota gets what they want in Jefferson and #5 and LA gets what they want. I think boston would be better off having LO and Bynum than JO.

what do you guys think? someone tell this to mitch.
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Postby diehard on Tue Jun 26, 2007 2:50 pm

I hope we can keep Kwame if we trade for Garnett. I think a line up of:

Barnes (MLE)/Farmar
Bryant/Evans
Vlad Rad/Walton
KG/Turiaf
Brown/Mihm

would be very formidable.
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Postby TheMagicTouch on Tue Jun 26, 2007 7:49 pm

TheMagicTouch wrote:How about this?

http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.ph ... id=4011954

LA gives up Bynum, Odom, Caveman, Evans, picks 19, 40 & future 1st round
LA receives Garnet and pick #32


Had to give up Mo to make the salaries work and it beats having no centers. The draft should be deep enough to possibly get a steal with the 32nd pick

Boston gives up Ratliff, Al Jefferson, Wally Szczerbiak, picks #5 and #32
Boston receives Jermaine O'neal, Caveman, Evans, picks #19, #40


Jefferson is a future star and the compensation is fair. Getting Radman makes up for losing Wally, plus they can still pick up decent players with picks 19 and 40. Boston will suddenly have an all-star, role players and depth.

Minnesota trade Kevin Garnett and the #7 draft pick
Minnesota receives Jefferson, Ratliff, Szczerbiak, and the #5 pick and LA's future first round pick


Minnesota makes out well here. Ratliff can still be a shot blocking presence, Szczerbiak has been dialed in while we weren't looking and Mchale obviously sees star potential in Jefferson. Plus they trade their 7 for the 5 pick and pick up a future first round pick from the Lakers - though I'm thinking '10 instead of '09. As an added bonus, since the T-Wolves are looking for expiring contracts, Ratliff will be a FA at the end of the season and Szczerbiak has a player option after '07

Indiana trades Jermaine O'Neil
Indiana receives Lamar Odom, Andrew Bynum, & draft pick #7


Lamar should fit into the Pacers offense well and they won't lose a lot on the rebounding end in this deal either. Indiana is reportedly not completely sold on Bynum but I do think they are intrigued by Bynum's potential. Adding in the 7 pick should make this deal too good to turn down for the Pacers and should be easy to negotiate as long as the Lakers include a future first rounder to Minnesota.



I should probably include my Starting Fives


The Lakers:
C Kwame/Mihm
PF Garnett
SF Luke
SG Kobe
PG (Pruitt)/Farmar

The Celtics
C (Tiago Splitter)
PF Jermaine O'Neil
SF Gerald Green
SG Paul Pierce
PG (Taurean Green or Petteri Koponen)


The Timberwolves

C Theo Ratliff
PF Al Jefferson
SF Wally Szczerbiak

SG Randy Foye
PG (Mike Conley Jr)

The Pacers
C Andrew Bynum
PF Lamar Odom

SF Danny Granger
SG (Corey Brewer)
PG Jamal Tinsley


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acquired through trade
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