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Old 01-21-2012, 07:37 PM   #8
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Default Re: Los Angeles Lakers @ Orlando Magic Game Thread

I think the problem is that our best scorer is also playing point guard and doing everything. In today's NBA, no longer can a starting point guard be the guy who gets open for shots. We need a point guard to control the tempo, which has always been Kobe's weakness. If we can get that guard, Kobe will play other positions that won't involve him directing everyone to get out of the way.

A trade of Bynum for Dwight won't solve this issue. We need a point guard first, then we can trade Bynum for Dwight.
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