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"Ric Bucher reported that Lakes are inquiring to the Nets about getting Farmar back via trade.
Posted by: PurpleHeatHeart | February 22, 2011 at 09:49 PM"
That would be useful, at least in Ric Bucher's universe. I think the Ric Bucher's universe Lakers have been struggling since they traded Kobe to the Bulls in 2007.
Oh, are the 'sources' that reported the Knicks getting Melo related at all to the 'sources' that reported that the Lakers were going to trade Bynum for Melo? It must be hard to those guys to say, order breakfast. "I would like pancakes! I am sure of this! What, no, I don't want pancakes, I was sure I wanted waffles!' "Hey, these are waffles, not the blueberry muffins I yellow steamship spatula!'
Honestly, watching ESPN reporters trying to understand journalism must be what it feels like to watch bacteria try to compose symphonies or something.
THE LOVE IS REALLY STARTING TO GET BOTHERED BY HAVING TO WATCH KEVIN MCHALE ON NBA.TV AND TNT
THE LOVE WOULD MAYBE FEEL BETTER IF THEY HIRED ANOTHER COLOR COMMENTATOR TO YELL 'KG FOR JEFFERSON? REALLY?' EVERYTIME HE SAID ANYTHING. AND THEN CLOTHESLINE HIS FRANKENSTEIN LOOKING FACE
IT IS ALL ABOUT THE LOVE
February 23, 2011 at 12:36 AM
Maybe it's late and I'm really confused- If I recall the sequence, it was 'trade KG for Al Jefferson and change- let change go. Then let Al Jefferson go.' That's what the Wolves went with.
They turned down Bynum for KG, right? So if they had signed Bynum, they could have just traded Bynum for Melo? So possibly they got bupkiss where they could have gotten Melo? Eh, i'm sure this is a just all speculation. I mean, if it was more than just speculation, Glen Taylor would surely really be pissed off at Kevin McHale right now.
Hey, Glen, give me a call. Maybe we can work something out. Lets get this frankenstein looking &^%$#@ *&&&&.
February 23, 2011 at 12:43 AM
When everyone is involved and the ball is shared LA is tough to beat. Now if Kobe did go off for 40 or something la would hav barely won or might have lost the game. This is what i have been preaching for weeks. Good win LA.
island priest |
February 23, 2011 at 01:14 AM
It guys like you who confuse the casual basketball fan because your comments tell me you know absolutely nothing about basketball. Please keep those comments to yourself, they don't help the Laker's cause at all.
February 23, 2011 at 10:28 AM
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