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    Lakers looking to trade Nash?

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...hawks/4309517/

    Looks like ORL rejected an offer from the Lakers for Turkoglu with a source citing ORL didn't want to take on any long term salary.

    Nash is the only player with a significant salary for past this season besides Kobe.

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    Other interesting news of note is that Nash is going to Vancouver to recover from his injury instead of stay with the team on the Grammy trip.

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    I'm sure this got a good laugh before Orlando hung up the phone.

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    To be honest I'm just happy the Lakers are trying to trade him.

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    Here you go! Nash is time to say adios! He is not coming back to play,if he does he is going down again for good and he knows it.
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    Who the hell would want him anyways?




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    No one will trade for a Nash that doesn't even see the floor.

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    Nash for Lowry

    Quote Originally Posted by NYSpirit1 View Post
    The Knicks were never this bad of a team. They always have been a 48-50 win team stuck in what was a 21-40 team's body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by championships View Post
    No one will trade for a Nash that doesn't even see the floor.
    he will be a part of a trade.he retires with the new provision. something is going to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shep33 View Post
    Who the hell would want him anyways?
    a team trying to tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers Ghost View Post
    a team trying to tank
    Tanking teams (like Orlando) don't want to take on extra salary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bleedprple&gold View Post
    Tanking teams (like Orlando) don't want to take on extra salary.
    Yeah, he's still owed way too much money. Maybe if it were next year... even then.




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    He is going to retire this year. Or he will be gone next season anyway.
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    Nash to bostom for g wallace or nash and kaman to nyk for bargs are two plausible deals.

    The Boston deal because of the extra year on crash's contract, we might even be able to snag brooks and/or a pick for taking that on. Something like nash for crash, brooks, and the lower of bos/byk 2016 1st might be worth it for taking on that extra year at 10 mil. This would affect our 2015 FA prospects, but brooks + the future pick could make it wrth it. Plus the 2016 FA class has some players that are just as worthy of signing. And, though a shell of himself, crash could still prove useful on the court in limited minutes for d and rebounding amd as a vet presence among a bunch of young up and comers.

    The nyk deal because they have a need at c and kaman would fill in nicely for Chandler. When healthy he could back up/ possibly play aside him for stretches. He wouldn't stretch the floor like bargs but he has a decent midrange game, decent defense, and could prove to be an asset for them in a league lacking in capable bigs. Defense aside bargs would fit right in in the dantoni system and his contract wouldnt burden us any more than nash. This one might require us to sweeten the deal with one of our young 1 year min players, but as lomg as its not young, Meeks, or X I'm fine with that.

    Boston would consider for financial reasons and nyk for kaman + one of our surprising young players, but if nash ever does find a semblance of health he could prove valuable for each team in limited minutes playing off the ball as a spot up shooter or distributing as well as a veteran presence in the locker room. Plus the possibility of him retiring and being off their books might entice them as well.
    Last edited by Trueblue2; 01-04-2014 at 02:35 AM.

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    with the benefit of hindsight, it was too dumb to give up multiple picks to trade for Nash. Now we are suffering

    Stay hungry, stay foolish.

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    Nash is a Laker 4 life guys...we can't and shouldn't trade him

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