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    Rumor Lakers after Anderson?


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    People still think that all the Lakers have to do is ask and teams will trip over themselves to give a desired player to the Lakers.

    What blows my mind is that the article reads like "Lakers Want", "Hornets Would Give".

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    lol at having that contract, along with Gordons to boot. i really hope management wont do this but for some reason teams do stupid things with the lakers

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    Quote Originally Posted by NemesisKING View Post
    People still think that all the Lakers have to do is ask and teams will trip over themselves to give a desired player to the Lakers.

    What blows my mind is that the article reads like "Lakers Want", "Hornets Would Give".
    because it usually happens

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    LOL! Why not throw in Anthony Davis and our 1st round pick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LouisianaPride View Post
    Gordon for Gasol
    So a young player with knee problems for an older player with knee problems?

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    We are a rebuilding team why would we take Gasol? He's 32 and is making a ton. His presense just pushes us to the bottom of the lottery for the remainder of his deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunnyB View Post
    So a young player with knee problems for an older player with knee problems?
    The only potential gain there is the length of the contracts. But that's assuming we can't move Gordon for more appropriate assets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunnyB View Post
    So a young player with knee problems for an older player with knee problems?
    at least we'd see gasol play

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    I don't know but this makes blood boil. The article is pure ignorance along with that team and fan base.
    "Its important to us to bring in good people, people who can fit in the locker room and people you want to root and cheer for. People that want to win. Were trying to build for the long haul. -Dell Demps

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    Quote Originally Posted by iNolaNightmare View Post
    I don't know but this makes blood boil. The article is pure ignorance along with that team and fan base.
    same here....and for some reason teams feel compelled to help them out

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    Quote Originally Posted by da ThRONe View Post
    The only potential gain there is the length of the contracts. But that's assuming we can't move Gordon for more appropriate assets.
    Which I'd hope they'd at least try before giving into a trade for a 32 year old with tendonitis.

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    Can't have Mr. Anderson. But they can get after Mr. Deez Knotts.
    Now I provide life insurance benefits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunnyB View Post
    Which I'd hope they'd at least try before giving into a trade for a 32 year old with tendonitis.
    i dont want gasol....but if this team felt the need to trade for him thats about the only player i would want to trade for him... really thats the only player we could salary wise. either way...stay away from lakers trades

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunnyB View Post
    Which I'd hope they'd at least try before giving into a trade for a 32 year old with tendonitis.
    Yeah we would have to get a third team involved that would take Gasol one with a high pick and/or a young talented player.

    I have been a huge detractor of signing Gordon to a max deal, but this trade would be making what I feel was already a mistake even worse.
    Last edited by da ThRONe; 12-01-2012 at 05:30 PM.

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    Haha. I won't even look at a Lakers forum as it would probably just tick me off. I begt they are counting on it happening. Man I would drop the team quick if they made that trade. Pathetic offer.

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    I said about a week ago when someone else on ESPN proposed an Anderson to Lakers deal that the media is always trying to make the Lakers better. Always looking to take from the poor (small markets) to give to the rich (large markets).


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    Nah Anderson isn't going anywhere and a lot of those sites just throw stuff out there to get people talking

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    we cant ever have nice things

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    If Gasol is going anywhere it'll be to Miami. Somehow.

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    Haha. Makes me laugh how everyone tries to make the Lakers a better team. Good luck getting that to happen.

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    I'm sure if we throw in Davis the contracts will match, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. West View Post
    I'm sure if we throw in Davis the contracts will match, right?
    But Dale Davis hasn't played in 5 years.

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    Our GM is Dell Demps, not Otis Smith. I don't think he is as keen to trade young, reasonably price players for overpaid, past their prime vets. If The league somehow manages to coerce us into this, I dare say a lot of Hornets fans will lose interest in the league.

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