Nash said that as long as the Lakers are interested in Grant Hill then he would do anything in his power to bring him to LA. I think chances are high that we see Hill join LA. Along with adding Rashard Lewis, and possibly even Mike Redd then the Lakers are set even with Steve Blake at the back up 1.
Nash | Blake
Bryant | Redd | Goudelock
Hill | Lewis
Gasol | McRoberts
Howard | Hill
Need a good 6th man that can at least give you 10 to 12 points a night.
Some 3 point shooters as well, but them hoes in South Beach taking all of em. Maybe Lakers can snatch up kyle korver from Bulls? Heard they werent' gunna resign him. Get Dorrell Wright from Golden State, and someone else from them that's cheap, they have alot of 3 point shooters too lol.
Lakers should pull this 3-way trade off if they do get Dwight
Orlando out: Dwight, JRich, Ryan Anderson (4 yr/32 mil)
Orlando in: Bynum, McRoberts, Eyenga
Philly out: Iggy, Lou Williams (3 year/15 mil)
Philly in: Gasol and Steve Blake
Lakers out: Bynum, Gasol, Blake, McRoberts, Eyenga
Lakers in: Dwight, JRich, Ryan Anderson, Iggy, Lou Williams
I was thinking of something like this too, but we would completely give up our size advantage that has helped us in the past. I'm not sure if i'm completely ready to do that. Plus our whole starting line up (Nash, Kobe, Iggy, Ryan A, Dwight) would be making double figures individually. Hell naw.
All i know is the Heats are extremely balanced. LeBron is in his prime and u can't even double him or get punished from the three. I remember Kobe and Shaq in there primes and always get double or triple because they will kill anyone one on one, but they never had killer three point shooters like miami, it's almost like a freebe at the three for them.