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Old 11-26-2010, 05:05 AM   #1
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Old 11-26-2010, 05:14 AM   #2
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Default Re: How to fix the Lakers

They are practically perfect in every way, but if we can trade Ron Artest for a younger guy who's a better shooter, like Trevor Ariza for example we would improve I believe. A hustle big off the bench, like Paul Millsap, Kevin Love or Joachim Noah would also help us improve our bench rebounding.
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Old 11-26-2010, 05:17 AM   #3
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eh? Well front court could use better backups but that is about it.
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Well we could use some more native Californians on the roster as well, guys like Darren Collison, Brandon Jennings or Arron Afflalo replacing Walton and/or Vujacic would help us out, with Kevin Love off the bench taking Theo Ratliff's roster spot.
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Old 11-26-2010, 05:45 AM   #5
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The Best Ican Think Of Is Bynum Can Be Traded For Dwight, But Lakers Have Everything Covered.

Hubgry Players
Leaders
Athleticism
Clutch
3pt Shooting
Interior Defense
Post Offense
Perimeter Defense
Perimeter Offense
Toughness
Finesse
Refs

Anything U Can Think Of They Have. They Have A Great Mix Of Personalities From Gasol To Kobe To Fisher To Odom To Phil Artest To The Bench. This Team Has A Chance To Do Something Special.

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Default Re: How to fix the Lakers

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The Best Ican Think Of Is Bynum Can Be Traded For Dwight, But Lakers Have Everything Covered.

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PERIMETER DEFENSE
PERIMETER OFFENSE
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Finese

Anything U Can Think Of They Have. They Have A Great Mix Of Personalities From Gasol To Kobe To Fisher To Odom To Phil To The Bench...

This Team Has A Chance To Do Something Great.
2 titles in a row isnt great? O_o
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They are practically perfect in every way, but if we can trade Ron Artest for a younger guy who's a better shooter, like Trevor Ariza for example we would improve I believe. A hustle big off the bench, like Paul Millsap, Kevin Love or Joachim Noah would also help us improve our bench rebounding.


Artest is better for Lakers then Ariza due to Artest Toughness and being stronger for him to be able to guard players like LeBron,Melo, and Pierce.

Only thing Lakers need to improve on is getting Healthy Bynum back and improving PG position.
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Old 11-26-2010, 05:48 AM   #8
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The Best Ican Think Of Is Bynum Can Be Traded For Dwight, But Lakers Have Everything Covered.

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Perimeter Offense
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Anything U Can Think Of They Have. They Have A Great Mix Of Personalities From Gasol To Kobe To Fisher To Odom To Phil Artest To The Bench...

This Team Has A Chance To Do Something Great.
Orlando will laugh so hard at this farsical offer.
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Orlando will laugh so hard at this farsical offer.
Even so, Bynum is still a better offensive player with more offfensive skill than Dwight ever will have

And Dwight would be horrible in the triangle, can't pass or score back to the basket, Bynum is a better fit
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Default Re: How to fix the Lakers

Since Durant is apparently a cancer and the Thunder are better without him on the floor..

Artest+fillers for Durant

pg-Fisher
sg-Kobe
sf-Durant
pf-Gasol
c-Bynum

or they could go big

pg-Kobe 6'4
sg-durant 6'11
sf-odom 6'10
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c-bynum 7'
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Even so, Bynum is still a better offensive player with more offfensive skill than Dwight ever will have

And Dwight would be horrible in the triangle, can't pass or score back to the basket, Bynum is a better fit
Dwight Changes and impacts a game of basketball far more then Bynum can ever dream of. No sane GM would even consider this. A injury prone overrated C for the best C in the game who changes a whole game by himself.
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Since Durant is apparently a cancer and the Thunder are better without him on the floor..

Artest+fillers for Durant

pg-Fisher
sg-Kobe
sf-Durant
pf-Gasol
c-Bynum

or they could go big

pg-Kobe 6'4
sg-durant 6'11
sf-odom 6'10
pf-gasol 7'
c-bynum 7'
What planet do you live in?
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Old 11-26-2010, 05:54 AM   #13
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They are practically perfect in every way, but if we can trade Ron Artest for a younger guy who's a better shooter, like Trevor Ariza for example we would improve I believe. A hustle big off the bench, like Paul Millsap, Kevin Love or Joachim Noah would also help us improve our bench rebounding.

Not against Melo, Pierce pr even Bron, maybe off the bench, 2 years ago he wanted to come off the bench behind Luke, he personally asked Phil.

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Dwight Changes and impacts a game of basketball far more then Bynum can ever dream of. No sane GM would even consider this. A injuery prone overrated C for the best C in the game who changes a whole game by himself.
2 time NBA champion starting center for perenially eastern conference finals loser, you're right I wouldn't do this trade either.
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2 time NBA champion starting center for perenially eastern conference finals loser, you're right I wouldn't do this trade either.
Put Gasol, Kobe, Odom and co next to Dwight with his interior defense and the Lakers would win every title every year till those guys stay togerther and play at a high level
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