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Old 07-12-2013, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default Jennings or Ellis

Both guys still on the market.
Both guys apparently didnt like the type of money/contract they are being offered. According to espn (Via Chris broussard) both guys would be willing to take 1 year deal, to impress teams and try market again next year.



SO- why not? Why not one of the guy sign for a vet min. 1 year deal with lakers under the condition that we trade blake and or meeks.(our chance to get some more minutes for young and one of these guys)
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Old 07-12-2013, 05:58 PM   #2
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Default Re: Jennings or Ellis

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Both guys still on the market.
Both guys apparently didnt like the type of money/contract they are being offered. According to espn (Via Chris broussard) both guys would be willing to take 1 year deal, to impress teams and try market again next year.



SO- why not? Why not one of the guy sign for a vet min. 1 year deal with lakers under the condition that we trade blake and or meeks.(our chance to get some more minutes for young and one of these guys)

Monta is signing with the Mavs for 25-30 million for 3yrs

Jennings is a restricted free agent and the Bucks can match any deal.

Scratch both guys off your list......sorry to say.
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Default Re: Jennings or Ellis

Two guards that fit perfectly in scenarios where teams cannot compete, but need a good player to attract fans. Those are the roles of Jennings and Ellis, until they mature and are ready to sacrifice for the greater good of winning championships.
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