Advantage of Frontcourt Depth

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    Advantage of Frontcourt Depth

    http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-lakers-20101006,0,1985377.story

    Maybe I was wrong, maybe Bynum made the right decision to delay surgery to watch the World Cup in Africa. After all, he's just a part-time player now. Cool

    Shaq could make history by becoming the first Laker great to win a championship as a Boston Celtic. 

     
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    phil's hoping for mid to late november. drew's looking at december. gotta like that.
     
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    Every time the Lakers are in trouble trolls suddenly appear. Cool
     
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    [QUOTE]phil's hoping for mid to late november. drew's looking at december. gotta like that.
    Posted by BaileyPowe[/QUOTE]

    Will cost the Lakers at least 5 games. Guess the Lakers are just a 52-win team this season. 
     
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    Gasol was out for a while during the start of last season and we know how much more important he is to his team than Bynum is. This is not a big deal for the Lakers.
     
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    I think the Lakers play quite well without Bynum in the lineup.

    The Lakers will still be a dominant force in the league.
     
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    [QUOTE]Gasol was out for a while during the start of last season and we know how much more important he is to his team than Bynum is. This is not a big deal for the Lakers.
    Posted by mem17[/QUOTE]

    Maybe, but last year Kobe was at 100% when the season started. This year Kobe started playing at 60%. 
     
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    In Response to Advantage of Frontcourt Depth:
    [QUOTE]http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-lakers-20101006,0,1985377.story Maybe I was wrong, maybe Bynum made the right decision to delay surgery to watch the World Cup in Africa. After all, he's just a part-time player now.  Shaq could make history by becoming the first Laker great to win a championship as a Boston Celtic. 
    Posted by P34[/QUOTE]

    More like a Magic great, the team that drafted him
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Advantage of Frontcourt Depth : More like a Magic great, the team that drafted him
    Posted by HarryMangurian[/QUOTE]

    Shaq won 3 titles and 3 Finals MVP as a Laker.
     
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    how much do you like shak grinding around on a feather brained bynum if we do meet them this year when it really counts?  i love it!  then when shak is done, davis at equal body weight and strength can come in and body him around some more. 
     
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    Lakers should have gotten Semih Erden instead of Ratliff and Caracter. Cool
     

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