The Official 2011/2012 Los Angeles Lakers Thread

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  • blu197blu197 Posts: 3,600
    Nash would be a good look off the bench tho you can have him run the 2nd unit and think lakers should trade Bynum and sessions to bobcats for kemba walker and they 1st round pick it's obvious he doesn't want to stay unless he's the man and kobe aint ready to give him the keys to the franchise and bobcats turn into a playoff team and lakers get younger...
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 16,040
    blu197 wrote: »
    Nash would be a good look off the bench tho you can have him run the 2nd unit and think lakers should trade Bynum and sessions to bobcats for kemba walker and they 1st round pick it's obvious he doesn't want to stay unless he's the man and kobe aint ready to give him the keys to the franchise and bobcats turn into a playoff team and lakers get younger...

    Bynum's health and mentality is keeping him from that.
  • blu197blu197 Posts: 3,600
    northside7 wrote: »
    blu197 wrote: »
    Nash would be a good look off the bench tho you can have him run the 2nd unit and think lakers should trade Bynum and sessions to bobcats for kemba walker and they 1st round pick it's obvious he doesn't want to stay unless he's the man and kobe aint ready to give him the keys to the franchise and bobcats turn into a playoff team and lakers get younger...

    Bynum's health and mentality is keeping him from that.

    That's why Kobe is not ready because Bynum isn't ready
  • playmaker88playmaker88 Posts: 40,792
    northside7 wrote: »
    blu197 wrote: »
    Nash would be a good look off the bench tho you can have him run the 2nd unit and think lakers should trade Bynum and sessions to bobcats for kemba walker and they 1st round pick it's obvious he doesn't want to stay unless he's the man and kobe aint ready to give him the keys to the franchise and bobcats turn into a playoff team and lakers get younger...

    Bynum's health and mentality is keeping him from that.


    he needs to go lol @ givin bynum the keys Kobe can still lead.. there is no margin for era on this team or consistency in a Partner or role players ... and hes been doing this for the better part of his career.. no consistent help on the perimeter.. no pressure release... kobe given that space that all these other stars enjoy... pshh
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 16,040
    northside7 wrote: »
    blu197 wrote: »
    Nash would be a good look off the bench tho you can have him run the 2nd unit and think lakers should trade Bynum and sessions to bobcats for kemba walker and they 1st round pick it's obvious he doesn't want to stay unless he's the man and kobe aint ready to give him the keys to the franchise and bobcats turn into a playoff team and lakers get younger...

    Bynum's health and mentality is keeping him from that.


    he needs to go lol @ givin bynum the keys Kobe can still lead.. there is no margin for era on this team or consistency in a Partner or role players ... and hes been doing this for the better part of his career.. no consistent help on the perimeter.. no pressure release... kobe given that space that all these other stars enjoy... pshh

    I agree. Kobe earned this.
  • playmaker88playmaker88 Posts: 40,792
    northside7 wrote: »
    northside7 wrote: »
    blu197 wrote: »
    Nash would be a good look off the bench tho you can have him run the 2nd unit and think lakers should trade Bynum and sessions to bobcats for kemba walker and they 1st round pick it's obvious he doesn't want to stay unless he's the man and kobe aint ready to give him the keys to the franchise and bobcats turn into a playoff team and lakers get younger...

    Bynum's health and mentality is keeping him from that.


    he needs to go lol @ givin bynum the keys Kobe can still lead.. there is no margin for era on this team or consistency in a Partner or role players ... and hes been doing this for the better part of his career.. no consistent help on the perimeter.. no pressure release... kobe given that space that all these other stars enjoy... pshh

    I agree. Kobe earned this.
    hes been playing the Jordan and Pippen role for way long its time that we use him primarily in the scoring role and have him work from the post primarily and have him work off of a lot of screens as other stars do.. it would be a hell of a lot more liberating and less taxing

  • MR.CJMR.CJ Posts: 41,892
  • Inglewood_BInglewood_B Posts: 5,541
    Mumo_X wrote: »
    close this fuckn thread. If da Mods dont close it, il never post in da CS again. Smh! Shut it down. Laker era is OVER. Kobe is all bout paddin stats.

    bye.

  • Inglewood_BInglewood_B Posts: 5,541
    edited May 2012
    Mumo_X wrote: »
    Mumo_X wrote: »
    close this fuckn thread. If da Mods dont close it, il never post in da CS again. Smh! Shut it down. Laker era is OVER. Kobe is all bout paddin stats.

    bye.

    lol B! U knew Russ close friend that passed? Khelcy Bars III....

    nah i dont know him.

    i knew RW from pop warner and seein him around town and at the barbershop every now and then. we wasnt tight like that

  • DaBullDaBull Posts: 6,793
    http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/05/23/report-deron-williams-has-lakers-on-his-list-behind-nets/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    Sam Amick from SI reports that D-will has moved the lakers up to number two on his list (behind nets). seems like if Nets get number 1 pick, then D-will will stay because nets can trade that pick to orlando for dwight. If not, he would want to join LA. via sign and trade, he has moved Dallas down since joining a 34 year old Dirk and nothing else aint bringing no titles

    A source close to the three-time All-Star said he would be interested in joining the Lakers, though it would have to be via a sign-and-trade deal. (Lakers point guard Ramon Sessions, who was acquired from Cleveland at the trade deadline, has a $4.5 million player option for next season.) The source said Williams’ preference, however, is for the Nets to improve the roster sufficiently enough that he can feel good about staying put rather than fear a repeat of this season, when they finished 22-44. As for Dallas, which sacrificed its best chance to defend the title by preserving salary-cap space last summer in anticipation of this free-agent class, the source said of the Mavericks: “There’s no longevity there.” If owner Mark Cuban can clear enough space to sign a worthy sidekick for Williams, though, then maybe he’d join his hometown team after all.
  • kacee139kacee139 Posts: 2,537
    Mumo_X wrote: »
    close this fuckn thread. If da Mods dont close it, il never post in da CS again. Smh! Shut it down. Laker era is OVER. Kobe is all bout paddin stats.

    Lmao

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  • CopperCopper Posts: 30,329
    D will would be great he can even take the reigns after Kobe retires.

    And y'all know Mobutu ain't goin nowhere
  • kacee139kacee139 Posts: 2,537
    DaBull wrote: »
    http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/05/23/report-deron-williams-has-lakers-on-his-list-behind-nets/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    Sam Amick from SI reports that D-will has moved the lakers up to number two on his list (behind nets). seems like if Nets get number 1 pick, then D-will will stay because nets can trade that pick to orlando for dwight. If not, he would want to join LA. via sign and trade, he has moved Dallas down since joining a 34 year old Dirk and nothing else aint bringing no titles

    A source close to the three-time All-Star said he would be interested in joining the Lakers, though it would have to be via a sign-and-trade deal. (Lakers point guard Ramon Sessions, who was acquired from Cleveland at the trade deadline, has a $4.5 million player option for next season.) The source said Williams’ preference, however, is for the Nets to improve the roster sufficiently enough that he can feel good about staying put rather than fear a repeat of this season, when they finished 22-44. As for Dallas, which sacrificed its best chance to defend the title by preserving salary-cap space last summer in anticipation of this free-agent class, the source said of the Mavericks: “There’s no longevity there.” If owner Mark Cuban can clear enough space to sign a worthy sidekick for Williams, though, then maybe he’d join his hometown team after all.

    Damn this gives me a reason to watch the Draft Lottery
  • MR.CJMR.CJ Posts: 41,892
  • kacee139kacee139 Posts: 2,537
    MR.CJ wrote: »
    who will lakers trade for d will?

    Probably Gasol and Blake
  • Shout-out to Kobe for winning his 12th defensive team selection. That resume is looking real nice.
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 16,040
    Mumo_X wrote: »
    Players better that Kobe
    Duncan
    Shaq
    MJ
    Wilt
    Bill
    Magic
    Hakeem
    Kareem
    bird

    none playd 2nd fiddle.

    Yeah, Kobe's on that list. Not one mofo from okc will make that list..
  • Shout-out to Kobe for winning his 10th All-NBA First Team award. He's only one away from Karl Malone's all-time record of 11.
  • aneed123aneed123 Posts: 12,491
    it will be some bullshit if they get Howard and D will... Stern need to push dat button again lol
  • playmaker88playmaker88 Posts: 40,792
    aneed123 wrote: »
    it will be some bullshit if they get Howard and D will... Stern need to push dat button again lol

    Id rather have Dwill ... but id take both and Gasol and Bynum can get gone

  • aneed123aneed123 Posts: 12,491
    aneed123 wrote: »
    it will be some bullshit if they get Howard and D will... Stern need to push dat button again lol

    Id rather have Dwill ... but id take both and Gasol and Bynum can get gone

    honestly yall dont need a overhaul.... Bynum and Paul still are good.... This was the 1st year with a underwhelming coach and yall went to the west semis.... Sessions is good too yall had him for 1/4th a season. Next year Jordan Hill needs more minutes... PUT Artest with the 2nd unit on the block and let the young guard Goulock get real minutes to develop. Build yall team back up instead of just getting stars. And Kobe needs to take good shots and allow Bynum to be his Shaq
  • playmaker88playmaker88 Posts: 40,792
    edited May 2012
    aneed123 wrote: »
    aneed123 wrote: »
    it will be some bullshit if they get Howard and D will... Stern need to push dat button again lol

    Id rather have Dwill ... but id take both and Gasol and Bynum can get gone

    honestly yall dont need a overhaul.... Bynum and Paul still are good.... This was the 1st year with a underwhelming coach and yall went to the west semis.... Sessions is good too yall had him for 1/4th a season. Next year Jordan Hill needs more minutes... PUT Artest with the 2nd unit on the block and let the young guard Goulock get real minutes to develop. Build yall team back up instead of just getting stars. And Kobe needs to take good shots and allow Bynum to be his Shaq

    Real talk, only people i care about are Jordan Hill artest goudelock outside of kobe and sessions can be a back up I cant take a perpetual bitch and a Fundementally retarded big man with an AAU highschool attitude.. nope fuck that watching every game opens your eyes bynum doesnt know how to use his body . doesnt have a solid base and cant pass for shit. he will not be kobes shaq and again his attitude fucking sucks
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