Re: Celtic Dominance
posted at 9/19/2012 6:13 AM EDT
Umm.... This is interesting.
You keep saying you are done, you aren't going to submit more proofs, you already won. Yet you keep coming back. If this is not smarting, what exactly is that?
And the links you cite? Not only is there no statement regarding "if Bynum is not injured, there wouldn't have been any Gasol trade", but your links continuously discredit your own claim.
- Yep, Gasol was brought in to play alongside Bynum. In other words, had Bynum not injured, this is support that the Lakers would still have traded for Gasol:
"Gasol, averaging 18.9 points, 8.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.44 blocked shots in 39 games this season, can fill in at center until Bynum returns in mid-March, then move to power forward."
- Keep Kobe happy after his summer 2007 outburst:
"Will this make Kobe happy?
If this doesn't make him happy to stay a Laker, folks, nothing will."
So, please keep citing posts to discredit your own claim. Or are you still trying to use "Bynum injury => Gasol trade" to equate to "not Bynum injury => no Gasol trade"?
So when you cite those posts, are you going to read them first? to see if there are any support to the hypothesis "no Bynum injury => no Gasol trade"? Or do you think just citing a news report of the trade == "no Bynum injury => no Gasol trade"?