Laker Fan Dream Scenario

Laker Fan Dream Scenario

Postby MichaelAngelo on Tue May 10, 2011 5:23 pm

Chances of this happening?

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Re: Laker Fan Dream Scenario

Postby kray28 on Tue May 10, 2011 5:44 pm

So we give up our two 7 footers and get back a 6'10" super athlete with no post game and a jitterbug point guard with a reputed bad knee?

Lamar's back to playing the 4 full time and we have no front court depth.

What dream? It's an effin nightmare.
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Re: Laker Fan Dream Scenario

Postby SaintsLFC13 on Tue May 10, 2011 7:15 pm

I've been messing about with that too. I traded Bynum to Orlando for Howard, and Artest, Luke, and Blake to NO for Paul. Project wins is + 20.

You can do the same with NJ for DWill but the projected wins is only +5.
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Re: Laker Fan Dream Scenario

Postby lakerzkb8 on Tue May 10, 2011 10:19 pm

kray28 wrote:So we give up our two 7 footers and get back a 6'10" super athlete with no post game and a jitterbug point guard with a reputed bad knee?

Lamar's back to playing the 4 full time and we have no front court depth.

What dream? It's an effin nightmare.


Nightmare? :man3: :man10:

I'd do those trades in a heartbeat. We become younger, faster, more athletic, our point guard issues is solved making our back court the best in the league, Dwight's a defensive ANCHOR and rebounding machine plus he gives you an automatic 20 points, etc. That's a win win situation for NOW and long term. Once kobe retires, people will be flocking to play with Dwight Howard and Chris Paul in Los Angeles. Pipe dream.

What front court depth? How many games can you count where Pau AND Bynum put up amazing numbers? How many games can you count where they both played the end of the 4th quarter together? One's soft. One's injury prone. Slow/unathletic. If we can get a friggin Chris Paul and Dwight Howard out of them it's a NO brainer.

Also, lol at the bad knee reference for Chris Paul when we have Andrew Bynum.
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Re: Laker Fan Dream Scenario

Postby khmrP on Wed May 11, 2011 10:19 am

kray28 wrote:So we give up our two 7 footers and get back a 6'10" super athlete with no post game and a jitterbug point guard with a reputed bad knee?

Lamar's back to playing the 4 full time and we have no front court depth.

What dream? It's an effin nightmare.


that dept did us alot of good in the Dall series.
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