Mark McNamara wrote:We can make up as many "rumors" as we want, but the bottom line is Mitch likely won't trade LO.
theagency1 wrote:one problem,
sacramento would never do this trade. Issue one, Lamar is damaged goods. Issue two, why would Sacramento give up a scorer like Peja? he can actually shoot the ball, unlike the wanna be 3 point shooters the lakers have.
wavy wrote:seriously dude this deal would suck.
kobe loves to keep the ball in his hands all the time and likes to finish everything alone, he would never be good with peja since he loves just to wait for the ball and shoot three pointers....
Hye4Life wrote:I don't get the people in this forum. There is always two responses to trade ideas.....
1. Why would the other team do this?
2. Why would we do this?
If the lakers have the advantage in the trade then they say, "PIPE DREAM". If the Lakers don't have the advantage, they argue for an hour about it.
The good trades are the ones that get both responses. Some say that the kings wouldn't do this and some say the Lakers wouldn't do this. So that means this trade is pretty even. But it would greatly benefit the lakers because they get a player who doesn't need the ball in their hands to help the lakers win. However that doesn't mean that it wouldn't help the kings as well. They would get their pf/sf who could rebound and pass(which the kings love). Hey the Maloof brothers are friends with Mark Cuban and maybe they would go with his strategy of trying to make a defensive team instead of offensive.GREAT TRADE for both teams
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