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Not only is he real - he's from the SEC. Vandy product.
Not only is he real - he's from the SEC. Vandy product.
Not only is he real - he's from the SEC. Vandy product. Super smart kid from Nigeria who's only been playing ball for a decade or so.
After all the comments that Gasol finally gets to go back to playing C (and the seemingly good fit in MDA's system), why on earth would they spend what little FA money they have on someone even slower than injured Dwight?
I can't believe I'm saying this, but I actually want Minnesota to bid on MWP. For 2.5-3m for one year, they could use the wing defense.
No game 7 win without Metta! This is a tough day for laker nation #misspeace #newcbacasualty
Personally I’d keep Metta and make a run with the unit we have and just add a few pieces #keepthepeace #lakersstilldeciding
Ok, that makes more sense to me. I guess I did not think they would even go into quasi-rebuild mode, but avoiding the repeater tax is worth a lot. Poor Nash.
Kobe gets to spend the rest of the year chasing a ring on a contender
Ezeli was also part of Golden State's Adverb frontcourt with David Lee.
I should add to 1466 that if Bryant either wanted out and/or agreed, sure. But the Lakers amnestying him the way the Warriors amnestied Charlie Bell or the way the Magic amnestied Gilbert Arenas...not seeing it.
If he wants to stay with the Lakers longterm, which I assume is the case, why not just sit out next year, get healthy, etc?
I really don't get why this Teague for Jennings rumor persist
Tim Duncan is on a $30M/3year contract.
And they used it for Metta.
Kobe must know that the 2013-2014 Lakers have no shot at the postseason
rice reportedly signed a partial guaranteed deal for the minimum. if true (and i *presume* for a year), that's a strange deal to ink the high 2nd round pick you just traded 2 picks to acquire.
ice reportedly signed a partial guaranteed deal for the minimum. if true (and i *presume* for a year), that's a strange deal to ink the high 2nd round pick you just traded 2 picks to acquire.
Rice needs an opportunity - will the Wiz provide it?
The deal required a significant financial sacrifice by Farmar to be completed. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound guard signed a three-year, $10.5 million deal last summer to play in the Turkish Basketball League.
"I really, really enjoyed my time in Israel. I thought it was a possibility that it would be exactly the same [in Turkey] and I would hop on over there and never look back and I would make good money overseas, but just being over there and staying up until 2, 3, 4 in the morning and watching every NBA game, or watching the Lakers go through what they were going through was just tough.
"I missed my family, I missed being home and, ultimately, I missed being a Laker."
If you overbid, you just might end up with the guy.
Batum last year (MIN/POR) might be an example of what you're discussing.
New Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer was a longtime assistant in San Antonio, and he views Ellis as a point guard in the mold of Tony Parker, according to a source.
Sources say and all, but what?
1503 - I thought the Tiago terms were fair.
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I just got the news ...
I'm so sad!!!
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My news is that My favorite burger spot called "My Favorite Burger" added extra gratuity cost to the vegan burgers.. Worst day ever
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And then "My Favorite Burger" took away the whole grain buns. These losers amnestied the buns.. Unreal man..
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They waived the buns because the lettuce put them over the salary cap. I went into the restaurant furious. "No more whole grain buns. What!"
If anything I think Splitter gave the Spurs a discount. I think he could have got over 10 million year no problem if he walked. His minutes were a little limited but he was top-10 in WS/48 last year and centers tend to paid a lot. I don't think is pay is out like with what guys like Asik or DeAndre Jordan are making.
The only scenario in which I can see the Hawks signing Ellis is if Milwaukee makes an absurd offer to Teague (say, 4/48), Teague thinks the money makes it worth being Larry Drew's whipping boy again, the Hawks don't match, and Ellis is willing to take a deal for 2/20 or less.
I'm beginning to wonder if Al Horford just doesn't like Jeff Teague or something.
2 more rumored contracts:
Pekovic stays with MIN for 4/50
Corey Brewer goes there as well for 3/15
It is nice for the team to make moves that make sense and address needs this offseason.
One of my smartest Wolves fan friends is so down on the Love-Pek defensive combo that he wanted Pek to just walk away
well except the draft, still not happy with who we ended up with, but oh well
Pek's defense is fine, don't you think? Not ideal with Love, no - but either you figure it out or you work a trade later.
Knicks considering limiting Amare to 20 mins per game. link
What would Hornacek know about teams starting dual lead guards?
Does this mean in a couple of years, Dragic will be part of a 3-for-1 deal that brings the new Barkley to town?
Shame that R. White trade barely got mentioned by the national writers, because I'd love to know how the Sixers will handle him. Or was his acquisition purely for cap reasons?
All the coverage I've seen about the R.White trade has been cap-related. I do hope he gets (and is able to take advantage of) a legit shot in the league, because I'm curious to see how he would do.
He'll get a chance. If Milton Bradley can get several chances, Royce will get one.
August 10, 2012: As part of a 4-team trade, Andre Iguodala is traded by the Philadelphia 76ers to the Denver Nuggets; the Denver Nuggets traded Arron Afflalo, Al Harrington, a 2013 2nd round draft pick (Romero Osby) and a 2014 1st round draft pick to the Orlando Magic; the Los Angeles Lakers traded Christian Eyenga, Josh McRoberts and a 2017 1st round draft pick to the Orlando Magic; the Los Angeles Lakers traded Andrew Bynum to the Philadelphia 76ers; the Orlando Magic traded Earl Clark, Chris Duhon and Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers; the Orlando Magic traded Jason Richardson to the Philadelphia 76ers; and the Philadelphia 76ers traded Maurice Harkless, Nikola Vucevic and a future 1st round draft pick to the Orlando Magic. Denver will send the lower of its two 2014 first round draft picks to Orlando.
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