Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

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    Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    If LA does not get a top 5 pick and is banking on free agency to save them, would you swap picks with them, the Nets/Hawks pick in the 17-19 range for their pick in the 6-8 range in a deal that took back Nash's 9.7m contract and gave the Fakers extra cap space this summer?


    C's can trade the Pierce TPE for Nash freeing up the entire 9.7m or they can trade Bogans 5m nonguaranteed deal with Joel Anthony's 3.8m expiring (PO) and that would give LA around another 6m in space.

     

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    Don't help them under any circumstances, is my rule.

    I don't trust ole Mitchy boy as far as I can throw him....

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    No. 

    Lakers need high picks more than Rondo.

    We need Rondo more than more picks.

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    In response to hedleylamarr's comment:
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    Don't help them under any circumstances, is my rule.

    I don't trust ole Mitchy boy as far as I can throw him....

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    Maybe we can GIVE Rondo to them...they'd really suck then

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    In response to Fiercy's comment:
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    Lakers want Kevin Love.

    Kobe will be a Laker for 2 more years.

    Just trade Rondo for Steve Nash and whoever the Lakers get with their lottery pick.

     


    It makes sense for the Celts and Lakers because the Lakers want to win now while the Celts are building for the future.

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    Like the Lakers are going to give the C's their top 1,2,3,4 pick in this years draft for lil Rondo....LMAO!!  Nono

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    In response to fbombfury's comment:
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    In response to Fiercy's comment:
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    Lakers want Kevin Love.

    Kobe will be a Laker for 2 more years.

    Just trade Rondo for Steve Nash and whoever the Lakers get with their lottery pick.

     


    It makes sense for the Celts and Lakers because the Lakers want to win now while the Celts are building for the future.

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    Like the Lakers are going to give the C's their top 1,2,3,4 pick in this years draft for lil Rondo....LMAO!!  Nono

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    No way, they'd hate to pass on Jacoby Parker.

    How's tonight's game?

    Phil is going to NY...........must suck being a lakers fan right now.

    Dwight Howards still on the team, right???  Oh, yeah.......ENJOY!!!

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    Did anyone who who commented on this thread even bother to read my post?

    A. Nowhere do I say LA trades for Rondo

    B. Nowhere do I say LA trades us a top 4 pick

    If LA lands in the 6-8 range, would you SWAP our 2nd 1st round pick in the 17-19 range with them, by trading the 10m TPE for Nash and giving LA like 9-10 million in extra cap space?

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    In response to Fiercy's comment:

    Are you really that stupid?

     

    TPEs CANNOT BE TRADED!

     

    Yes, the Lakers can trade Nash to the Celts because the Celts have a 10m TPE.

    But the Lakers will not get that 10.3m TPE from the Celts.

     




    Are you really this stupid?

    Please follow along, it was VERY simple to understand:

    1. The Lakers trade Nash to the Celtics for the Pierce TPE.

    2. Steve Nash is no longer on the Lakers payroll at 9.7 million. Therefore, the Lakers open up an additional 9.7 million in cap space. They will already be around 30 million under the cap, now they are around 40 million under.

    3. Because the C's are 'helping' LA in this scenario, the Lakers agree to SWAP their 1st rd pick (in the 4-7 range) for Boston's 1st rd pick from the Nets (in the 17-19 range).

    Get it?

    NO I do NOT say ANYWHERE that the Lakers will 'get to have the Celtics TPE'.

    Moron

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    Yup, he's an absolute loser and the premise of this thread and trade possibility is 100% legitimate.

     
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    Re: Would you help the Lakers in this scenario?

    -- He's hitting me!

    -- He's hitting me!

    -- Stop hitting me!

    -- Stop hitting me!

    -- He started it!

    -- He started it!

    -- Wahhh!

     
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