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Simon Stevens 07-07-2006 08:27 PM

KG demands trade (troll thread. It's made-up)
 
I just want all of you to know that Kevin Garnett has demanded a trade today. He and McHale have been discussing it and KG just does not feel as if there is anyway that the team can rise into contention anytime soon.

It appears that Kevin Garnett wants to be traded to one of two destinations: 1) Los Angeles Lakers or 2) The Chicago Bulls

There is no word on what McHale is going to do, but expect KG to be in a chicago or lakers uniform at the season's beginning. KG wants to be traded prior to the season so that he can mesh with his new team.

Details are sketchy and I made this profile to protect my indentity. Further details will be forthcoming in the coming week as word leaks out to the mainstream media.

traditionone 07-07-2006 08:52 PM

No offense, but I'm going to wait for confirmation from a more credible source.

Simon Stevens 07-07-2006 09:12 PM

As you should.

d_white089 07-07-2006 09:51 PM

And where did you find out about this "top secret" information..

Chamberlain 07-08-2006 02:44 AM

The people demand answers.

SJellen 07-08-2006 09:48 AM

kg is the one player who has the absolute right to demand a trade.

wally_world 07-08-2006 12:09 PM

Quote:

kg is the one player who has the absolute right to demand a trade.

yes! and they better give him one... or he'll end up like Marbury... :ohwell:

SJellen 07-08-2006 12:20 PM

the guy gave the twolve his prime years and mchale fumbled the team away.

d_white089 07-08-2006 02:24 PM

Mchale is the second worst GM in the history of the NBA (We all know who #1 is)

Bacardi&Cola 07-08-2006 07:34 PM

WHY DOES HE HAVE THE RIGHT TO DEMAND A TRADE??

We gave this guy 126 million dollars to be "The Man" and he didn't (and still doesn't) want to be the man. All I ever hear is how he says he needs "help". Kevin, stop passing the ball in the 4th quarter, stop settling for jumpshots for your entire career and don't be the second highest paid player in the league and talk about "help". I think McHale sucks too, but he gave Garnett 126 mil to make the playoffs for 7 straight seasons and not win. Oh, by the way...there's 30 teams in the league and 16 make the playoffs each year, so that's not saying anything.

MK2V1GP 07-08-2006 10:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bacardi&Cola
WHY DOES HE HAVE THE RIGHT TO DEMAND A TRADE??

We gave this guy 126 million dollars to be "The Man" and he didn't (and still doesn't) want to be the man. All I ever hear is how he says he needs "help". Kevin, stop passing the ball in the 4th quarter, stop settling for jumpshots for your entire career and don't be the second highest paid player in the league and talk about "help". I think McHale sucks too, but he gave Garnett 126 mil to make the playoffs for 7 straight seasons and not win. Oh, by the way...there's 30 teams in the league and 16 make the playoffs each year, so that's not saying anything.


:no: :stupid:

bsod 07-09-2006 06:38 AM

It would be nice for KG to be traded to a top team ... If he doesn't want to have a title like Zo Mourning or not at all like Barkley ... Time is running !

sixty 07-09-2006 09:29 AM

Can you imagine if Bulls could get him?

The Heat would be like :eek:

KnicksFan4Life 07-09-2006 11:56 AM

I don't think he will demand to be traded to a certain team, and what would LA have to offer for KG. And I don't think Chicago is willing to give up Gordon or Hinrich

PatCummingsFan 07-09-2006 08:53 PM

The Wolves would be stupid to let KG go for a couple of role players, letting him go to LAL for Odom would be a terrible idea :banghead:


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