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  1. #541
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mave1002 View Post
    Won't hurt, bro. Doubt the Lakers keep the pick though. Gut says Kuzma/#22 for whoever
    Yeah I was kinda waiting just in case we trade the pick before the draft but itís getting close to only a week away now.


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  2. #542
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tg11 View Post
    Believe it or not a team Ben Simmons can really benefit from being on is here in Laker Land with the Lakers...I think Simmons as a Laker he would thrive playing with LeBron and AD
    We could get lonzo for less and he at least shoots a respectable percentage from 3.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowX View Post
    That is a big risk for him if he decides to opt out. If he stays in, he will get almost half that next season. He just needs to sign a two year deal for around $28M and join in a club that is ready to win. We all know that it was a fluke that Suns got to the finals this year. If all the other western teams were at full strength, they would be lucky to make it to the second round.
    Time will tell what he does. NBA contracts are guaranteed so if he thinks winning a chip is that important then he might opt out and get Texís contract suggestion to make himself more tradeable. Your suggestion is sound also. He could do that too but it would be much harder for him to get traded with that much cap hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowX View Post
    He was there to sell his new Tequila. LOL
    That was my first notion also lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LakeShowAZ View Post
    3 reasons Lakers need to go all-in for CJ McCollum

    Legit No. 3 scoring option

    Another playmaker and ball-handler

    Cold-blooded closer


    According to NBA Advanced Stats, in his previous five elimination games, McCollum averaged 33.4 points on 50-40-90 shooting splits. What more can you ask? A player who loves pressure and big games.

    The Lakers need to consider CJ McCollum.

    https://clutchpoints.com/3-reasons-l...r-cj-mccollum/
    He is my guy also. And a better defender than Lillard. Great third option. Can also run the offense if he has to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron24th View Post
    Just watched highlights of USA vs Spain, my god we really need to get rid of Marc, the guy doesn't know how to get in shape anymore, he's fat as ****, even more than how he was with us this past season and he was already fat as ****...
    If he gets any fatter, mine as well fill him up with some Helium and fly him over Staples Centers before day games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KobeOwnSU View Post
    We could get lonzo for less and he at least shoots a respectable percentage from 3.


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    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LakeShowAZ View Post
    It always amazes me that a guy who gets a privilege opportunity like playing for the Lakers doesn't work their butt off to get in shape out of desire and respect
    Yeah that's crazy, this is his ****ing job, I'm 39 and working my *** off to stay in shape while I do my job and raise my kids...and no one's paying me to do so...
    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShadow42 View Post
    If he gets any fatter, mine as well fill him up with some Helium and fly him over Staples Centers before day games.
    We should just do it actually.

  9. #549
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    Quote Originally Posted by LakeShowAZ View Post
    3 reasons Lakers need to go all-in for CJ McCollum

    Legit No. 3 scoring option

    Another playmaker and ball-handler

    Cold-blooded closer


    According to NBA Advanced Stats, in his previous five elimination games, McCollum averaged 33.4 points on 50-40-90 shooting splits. What more can you ask? A player who loves pressure and big games.

    The Lakers need to consider CJ McCollum.

    https://clutchpoints.com/3-reasons-l...r-cj-mccollum/
    Excellent option. But at what price? Can we even construct an adequate package for POR to bite? Doubt it unfortunately.

  10. #550
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tg11 View Post
    Believe it or not a team Ben Simmons can really benefit from being on is here in Laker Land with the Lakers...I think Simmons as a Laker he would thrive playing with LeBron and AD
    Ben has some great attributes, but heís not the right fit. Heís not a natural scorer and thatís what we need him to be. Like a few others, his draft position and physical attributes are mistaken for NBA fit. Blake Griffin and Zion also come to mind. The cost is inhibitive also - PHI will be looking for a Kings Ransom or will keep him.

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    First, it was a fluke that your team got all the way there. Second, your super star and leader sucks around big time every year.

    Mark Medina: Suns coach Monty Williams on Chris Paul and how his resumne should stand on its own: ďItís laughable when these guys like Chris have these unbelievable careers, but then they get penalized because they didnít win a title.Ē Ė via Twitter MarkG_Medina
    Soon to be seen together!

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    The perfect trade Lakers must offer Blazers for CJ McCollum

    Lakers Proposed trade:

    Lakers receive: CJ McCollum, Robert Covington

    Blazers receive from Lakers: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Kyle Kuzma, Montrezl Harrell, and two future first round draft picks

    https://clutchpoints.com/the-perfect...r-cj-mccollum/

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    Quote Originally Posted by KobeOwnSU View Post
    We could get lonzo for less and he at least shoots a respectable percentage from 3.


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    After y'all traded Lonzo away to get AD to LA, I mean I can't see Lonzo in a Lakers uniform again

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    Quote Originally Posted by LakeShowAZ View Post
    The perfect trade Lakers must offer Blazers for CJ McCollum

    Lakers Proposed trade:

    Lakers receive: CJ McCollum, Robert Covington

    Blazers receive from Lakers: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Kyle Kuzma, Montrezl Harrell, and two future first round draft picks

    https://clutchpoints.com/the-perfect...r-cj-mccollum/
    I actually like this trade for the Lakers

    Then your 21/22 starting 5 you could run

    PG- Kyle Lowry (via free agency if you sign him)
    SG- CJ McCollum
    SF- LeBron James
    PF- Anthony Davis
    C- Andre Drummond (if you re sign him)

    Covington can come off the bench with your 2nd unit

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    Bleacher Report

    @BleacherReport

    Lakers are seeking a vet PG, and Chris Paul is on their list, per

    @MarcJSpears

    Russell Westbrook is also a candidate

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