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    Not that many legit two's on the market. That's why Nets went after over priced Joe Johnson. Shocked there isn't many trade rumors out there. Last few years been Howard,
    Paul,Melo,Iggy. Yeah Raja Bell been waiting for a trade or buyout. Burks been kinda mentioned possibly in a trade or made up trade by reporters. Gasol name been thrown around but we don't need him. Shocked Bucks don't have any rumors. Probably cause were winning.

    But other years its always been trading away RJ,Maggette,Jackson,Salmons, then Bogut and Jennings had his name shopped around last two years. Also with Jennings wanting more then $9M to $10M a year is a lot for a inconsistent shooter. Yeah his first two games were elite with 13 assists back to back games. We will be hating once he averages $12M per season. Cassell never got that. He was getting about $6M per. Heck we hated when Mo Williams was getting $8M per. Then we dealt him before the ink dried on contract to the Cavs.

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    I would mind av but only if Sanders can play the pf well

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    But it's not worth giving up a lot for because Sanders at center is fine by me.. I really want to unload some of these guys even if it's for a pos expiring and a pick

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    With Ersan stinking it up this season. We should of signed Landry or Ryan Anderson. Or went after sg with that $8M.

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    I don't know if I could have screamed any louder all offseason long about not signing Illyasova.

    I knew we'd regret it, even posted it.

    Even went on to say that he'd never come close to those unreal numbers he had last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by time4change View Post
    Why are we looking at taking minutes away from Larry Sanders? That's all this will be doing. Sanders has for the majority of this season has played center when he's in. He need to be there, as he is not quick enough for most power forwards.
    Sanders will be our starting center next year. All we need to focus on is getting a legit 2 e.g. not Monta Ellis.
    if we get AV i wouldnt want sanders to lose min, but him or AV would have to play pf's to get mins

    Quote Originally Posted by DerekCzajkowski View Post
    I would mind av but only if Sanders can play the pf well
    im sure one of them could pull it off

    Quote Originally Posted by DerekCzajkowski View Post
    But it's not worth giving up a lot for because Sanders at center is fine by me.. I really want to unload some of these guys even if it's for a pos expiring and a pick
    we really need to get rid of gooden/ilyasova all that cap is going to kill us with having to resign jennings, maybe even ellis and sanders is coming up to!

    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    With Ersan stinking it up this season. We should of signed Landry or Ryan Anderson. Or went after sg with that $8M.
    i would have rather signed anderson or landry over ersan exsp w ersan getting so much and sucking so bad!

    Quote Originally Posted by time4change View Post
    I don't know if I could have screamed any louder all offseason long about not signing Illyasova.

    I knew we'd regret it, even posted it.

    Even went on to say that he'd never come close to those unreal numbers he had last year.
    i was agreeing with you on that topic also i knew he would come out and suck it up just like salmons redd and so on

    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    what FA pgs are out there that would be a good fit for us? even a combo gaurd we could sign for more than one yr to poss replace ellis if needed? wish we would have signed barbosa!!
    This thread right here is why i stay out of the nba main forum on psd lol
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    Bibby trying to make a come back. Boykins out there.

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    http://espn.go.com/los-angeles/nba/s...ndinitis-knees

    Gasol people been warned if doesn't adapt then he'll be traded. They posted in Lakers forum that Hornets and Bulls interested in Gasol. But they might need a third team. Bulls probably need to find a sucker to take back Boozer. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    Bibby trying to make a come back. Boykins out there.
    yikes thats it? maybe we could trade gooden and a future 2nd or something for a back up pg
    This thread right here is why i stay out of the nba main forum on psd lol
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    At this point I would trade Ellis to like the Wolves for Ridnour and Williams. Then another trade of unloading a few bigs for a sg. Williams is a 3-4 tweener. But with Dunleavy out and Skiles not playing Harris or Henson. Williams could get some minutes at the 3 easily even with Moute back.

    Then Daniels getting more at the 2 unless we land another decent sg. But a Ellis trade of one for two players then we have to follow up with more players heading out since were at 15 players to begin with.

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    Sounds good but I hate Daniels getting as much time as he is right now. If I were the bucks I'd try to get Jordan Hamilton from the nuggets. He's had games where he shows flashes of good offense. Though he does still make the young poor decisions.

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    The Los Angeles Lakers, largely at the behest of general manager Mitch Kupchak, have rebuffed trade inquiries from at least two teams for Pau Gasol, according to sources with knowledge of the Lakers' thinking.

    The Toronto Raptors and Minnesota Timberwolves have both recently tried to engage the Lakers in trade discussions for Gasol, sources told ESPN.com, but the Lakers continue to tell teams that call that they will not consider dealing the Spaniard until L.A. can fully assess its roster after the return of injured point guard Steve Nash.


    Trade speculation involving Gasol nonetheless shows little sign of abating, even as the 32-year-old is being held out of the lineup to combat a worsening bout of knee tendinitis. Gasol has not been shelved because a deal is imminent, sources told ESPNLosAngeles.com Tuesday, but Kupchak has advised Gasol's representatives that the Lakers will have no choice but to start exploring a trade if the former All-Star is unable to eventually adjust to D'Antoni's system.

    D'Antoni took the job Nov. 11, knowing he wouldn't have the benefit of training camp, when the Lakers made the third-fastest coaching change in NBA history by firing Mike Brown five games into the season.

    Stretch power forward Andrea Bargnani, veteran point guard Jose Calderon and fellow vet Linas Kleiza are among the players, sources say, whom the Raptors have discussed making available to the Lakers in a deal for Gasol. It's an open secret around the league, meanwhile, that Timberwolves general manager David Kahn has been trying since last season to acquire Gasol to join fellow Spaniard Ricky Rubio in a three-man core with All-Star forward Kevin Love, but sources say the Lakers continue to resist Minnesota's attempts to build a trade offer around 2011's No. 2 overall pick Derrick Williams and center Nikola Pekovic.


    CBSSports.com reported Wednesday that there's a growing belief among rival executives that Toronto has emerged as the most likely landing spot for Gasol, given Bargnani's potential as a floor-spacing frontcourt partner to Dwight Howard and the boost Calderon could give a thin backcourt. Nash has only played a game and a half this season thanks to the 38-year-old's fractured fibula, and Steve Blake will miss the next six to eight weeks after abdominal surgery.


    It is widely presumed around the league that Howard's former Orlando teammate Ryan Anderson, now in New Orleans, is the Lakers' No. 1 trade target if they were to consent to dealing Gasol. But sources told ESPN.com on Wednesday that Anderson is regarded as a virtual untouchable by the Hornets, given that the 24-year-old is not only a highly competent stretch power forward signed to a comparatively reasonable four-year contract but also because Anderson has proved to be an underrated rebounder. Rebounding and defense have long been areas of concern with Bargnani, who was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2006 draft.

    Bargnani, though, is only 27 and can supply the sort of long-range shooting that Gasol, even when healthy, cannot. D'Antoni and the Phoenix Suns enjoyed considerable success when Nash combined with one pick-and-rolling inside force -- Amar'e Stoudemire -- and was otherwise surrounded by a plethora of shooters. The Suns, though, didn't function nearly as smoothly when they traded for Shaquille O'Neal and suddenly had to accommodate two scorers who head for the rim.

    The Atlanta Hawks have also been frequently mentioned as potential trade partners in a Gasol deal, most notably by Lakers legend Magic Johnson on an early season episode of "NBA Countdown." But ESPN.com reported earlier this month that the Hawks, on schedule to have major salary-cap space in July 2013, currently have no interest in parting with free agent-to-be Josh Smith in a trade for a player five years older and with Gasol struggling with knee trouble and scheduled to earn $19.3 million next season.

    Gasol has two sore knees and is off to the worst start of his career in terms of shooting (42 percent from the field) and scoring (on both a per-game and per-minute basis). Yet he continues to be the subject of more trade speculation than virtually any other marquee player in the NBA, which has been a fact of daily life for Gasol ever since he was included by the Lakers in a four-team deal last December that would have netted Chris Paul. NBA commissioner David Stern -- saying he was acting as New Orleans' owner at the time because the league still owned the Hornets at that stage -- told New Orleans' basketball people to cancel the trade.

    ESPN The Magazine's Chris Broussard reported this week that some league executives believe Gasol will be difficult to trade because of his age, health, declining production and the high-dollar amount of his salary next season. Sources told Broussard that Atlanta and the Houston Rockets, two clubs long linked to Gasol, no longer have interest in acquiring him. The same, sources told Broussard, holds for the Denver Nuggets, who possess multiple players who would appear to fit D'Antoni's system well.

    If the Lakers eventually do decide to deal Gasol, it will be over the strong objection of Kobe Bryant, who on Tuesday offered his strongest public support to date to back the 7-footer with whom he has won two NBA championships.


    "I love Pau like a brother," Bryant told ESPNLosAngeles.com on Tuesday before the Lakers' loss in Houston. "I really do. I want him to dominate like I know he can.


    "I want him to dig in and be determined, not discouraged," Bryant continued. "We should go to him more on the post because he can dominate from there as he has to the tune of two rings. I'm sure we will adjust and figure out a balance when he comes back healthy."


    The two veterans had a lengthy summit Monday night at the team hotel in Houston.


    "I know his knees have been hurting and that can be frustrating because you can't do physically what you are used to," Bryant said. "I just don't want him to sulk about the change of things."
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    beasley is fusterated with the suns....i no he's somewhat of a chucker but with harris getting no min he could be the scoring 3 we need to help with scoring on nights ellis n jennings struggle!

    i really think skiles needs to get a normal rotation going for the players an if he isnt going to than hammond should make him by trading pryz gooden dunleavy harris(dont want to but still) luc daniels.....he should trade for picks n **** expirings so skiles only plays the better players...a back up pg wouldnt hurt w beno being out also a sf wouldnt hurt w dunleavy being hurt this yr....he almost retired a few yrs back because of injuries so who knows if the injury bug is going to bite him again!
    This thread right here is why i stay out of the nba main forum on psd lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROY 2 MVP Braun View Post
    beasley is fusterated with the suns....i no he's somewhat of a chucker but with harris getting no min he could be the scoring 3 we need to help with scoring on nights ellis n jennings struggle! i really think skiles needs to get a normal rotation going for the players an if he isnt going to than hammond should make him by trading pryz gooden dunleavy harris(dont want to but still) luc daniels.....he should trade for picks n **** expirings so skiles only plays the better players...a back up pg wouldnt hurt w beno being out also a sf wouldnt hurt w dunleavy being hurt this yr....he almost retired a few yrs back because of injuries so who knows if the injury bug is going to bite him again!
    That would make zero sense. Beasley like you said is a chucker and unlike Harris (who just doesn't know how to defend yet) Beasley just chooses to be lazy, not play defense and just chuck.

    Beasley would be on the bench before the quarter even started.

    Not to mention ROY, but IDK if you have been paying attention offense isn't the problem with Tobias Harris as he is one of if not THE most efficient scorer on the team. Right now he just struggles a bit yet with quicker 3's because he played the 4 spot in Tennessee.

    I really think with hard work, Harris will be starting and be a pretty decent defnder by next year, as he has all the physical tools necessary.
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