bruddahmanmatt wrote:Not with his contract he ain't. It's ok, when NJN and ORL realize they don't have any leverage and we score Deron and Dwight, all will be well in LakerLand.
ThaEntrepreneur wrote:bruddahmanmatt wrote:Not with his contract he ain't. It's ok, when NJN and ORL realize they don't have any leverage and we score Deron and Dwight, all will be well in LakerLand.
We have Lamar's trade exception for $8.8 Million. Mo's salary is $9.3 Million. The difference is only $500K.
Dwight is chickening out. He ain't leaving Orlando to go to LA. He's said numerous times that he doesn't want to be in Shaq's footsteps. That Russian billionaire ain't letting Deron go either haha! No way that's happening!
magicman32 wrote:Mo Williams is an upgrade over Fisher but he's too pricey
artuditu wrote:He's not that overpaid, he's a complete PG, he can pass, he can score, can shoot 3's, he knows Mike Brown, he's still young... way better than Blake who's making $4 mill a year, and less determinant than Tony Parker who's making $12 million, it's normal he's somewhere around $8 mill a year.
He could perfectly be the kind of above-average PG we were looking for. Only concern is that he's not clutch, but we have Kobe for that. He's neither supposed to be #2 option as he was in Cleveland.
therealdeal wrote:^ 8 million for what he would provide for this team is way too much. There's a reason Lamar was dumped and the Lakers added McRoberts for less than half that cost.
therealdeal wrote:Personally I think he's overpaid, but that's because there's a flood of PGs out there. Sure, he's better than a lot of them, but that doesn't mean he's worth 8 million dollars. I mean, Lamar Odom is making 8 million dollars. Is he worth the same as Lamar Odom?
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