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LakerFan1086 06-17-2007 05:37 AM

How about this ..
 
This whole Kobe talk has kind of made me realize that we could get a lot in return and have a solid young core of players that can lead us for years to come .. i was also thinking that with all the talk about JO we could work something out with the bulls and pacers in which everyone can get what they want.

So i thought of this

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/feature...1~13~11~4~4~13


Lakers would get JO, deng and some good young players.
Pacers would get cap room after this year and a possible star in ben gordon.
Bulls would get kobe .. keep hinrich, nocioni and big ben.

I think this trade with maybe a few alterations a pick here and there could really solve all the problems for all the teams.

Let me know what you guys think ..

SoCalMike 06-17-2007 10:25 AM

Re: How about this ..
 
Personally, at this point, I have a headache from the speculation machine that has been churning almost everywhere! Argh! :banghead:




:pimp:

lakeshowdawg 06-17-2007 12:01 PM

Re: How about this ..
 
If Kobe has to go.... then Mitch should do what it takes to get Hinrich... forget Gordon, he's a SG in a PGs body. I say get Hinrich, Wallace the #9 and another filler, let's say Nocioni. The Bulls will get to keep Deng and will have to live with Gordon at the point along with Kobe, Ty Thomas and PJ. That's still a great lineup for Chicago.

The Lakers should then use the #9 along with Lamar and Brown (instead of Bynum, now that #9 is there instead of #19) to get JO. Then trade whatever they can along with the #19 to get Artest.

Lineup would be:
Hinrich
Artest
Nocioni
O'Neal
Wallace

Bench: Bynum, Turiaf, Mihm?, Evans, Farmar

This team after a year of playing together will definitely get to the 2nd round and possibly the conf. finals.

bleedinpurpleTwo 06-17-2007 12:27 PM

Re: How about this ..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by LakerFan1086
This whole Kobe talk has kind of made me realize that we could get a lot in return and have a solid young core of players that can lead us for years to come .. i was also thinking that with all the talk about JO we could work something out with the bulls and pacers in which everyone can get what they want.

So i thought of this

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/feature...1~13~11~4~4~13


Lakers would get JO, deng and some good young players.
Pacers would get cap room after this year and a possible star in ben gordon.
Bulls would get kobe .. keep hinrich, nocioni and big ben.

I think this trade with maybe a few alterations a pick here and there could really solve all the problems for all the teams.

Let me know what you guys think ..


I think Indy would want more than Ben Gordon, cap relief, and 2 scrubs.

bleedinpurpleTwo 06-17-2007 12:28 PM

Re: How about this ..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by lakeshowdawg
If Kobe has to go.... then Mitch should do what it takes to get Hinrich... forget Gordon, he's a SG in a PGs body. I say get Hinrich, Wallace the #9 and another filler, let's say Nocioni. The Bulls will get to keep Deng and will have to live with Gordon at the point along with Kobe, Ty Thomas and PJ. That's still a great lineup for Chicago.

The Lakers should then use the #9 along with Lamar and Brown (instead of Bynum, now that #9 is there instead of #19) to get JO. Then trade whatever they can along with the #19 to get Artest.

Lineup would be:
Hinrich
Artest
Nocioni
O'Neal
Wallace

Bench: Bynum, Turiaf, Mihm?, Evans, Farmar

This team after a year of playing together will definitely get to the 2nd round and possibly the conf. finals.


Interesting, but if we get Noci, then we should not acquire Artest. Instead target a true SG.


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