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03 Dec 2017 07:45:20
Lakers: Myles turner TJ Leaf 1st rounder
Pacers: Kyle Kuzma Ivica Zubac Larry Nance

Detroit: Tyler Ennis Andrew Bogut 2nd rd
Lakers: Stanley Johnson

Clippers: cash
Lakers: Sam Dekker 2nd round

Sacramento: Nets pick via Cleveland Iman Shumpert Channing Frye Luol Deng Cedí Osman 1st round LAL 2020 clips 2nd round
Cavs: Vince Carter KCP Jordan Clarkson Zach Randolph Willie Cauley
Lakers: Kevin Love Deaaron Fox

Draft Michael Porter
Lonzo/Fox/MCW
Porter/Hart/Blue
Ingram/Johnson/Dekker
Love/Randle/Leaf
Turner/Lopez/Bryant

Dskip17

1.) 04 Dec 2017 22:25:48
remove Kyle Kuzma and insert Julius Randle to Pacers.


2.) 05 Dec 2017 05:58:46
PACERS would not do that for Randle. Randle will continue to grow and get better but Kuzma’s tweener body will never allow him to guard 3s or 4s, he frankly is not a main piece on a championship team so I think the lakers should trade him while he has this immense value.


3.) 05 Dec 2017 19:01:49
After what happened with the Pacers filing tampering charges against the Lakers I highly doubt that the Lakers and Pacers get involved in a deal ever again.


4.) 07 dec 2017 02:38:14
randle has no right hand and no jump shot, after 3 years and really no defense until he plays a lower rated team. kuzma already has more double doubles and way better offensively. randle finally got in shape but didn't develop the game to go with his new body. stats don't lie, bye julius.


5.) 07 Dec 2017 06:47:38
Randle is actually the best rated one on one defender this year and top 3 in pick and roll efficiency. Kuz is playing great but Randle is just better at every facet of the game, save his shot. Randle is an nba guy with that elite body, you can teach a jump shot and willingness to go up with the right, you can’t teach size.


6.) 07 Dec 2017 06:48:10
I agree that the pacers and lakers brass are unlikely to get involved that’s a good point.


 

 

20 Jul 2017 00:59:00
Lakers gear up for big 2018 make playoff push to show free agents.

Cleveland: Carmelo Anthony
Lakers:Kevin Love
New York: Reggie Jackson Tobias Harris Larry Nance
Detroit: NYK 2nd round Iman Shumpert Luol Deng Kyle O Quinn Kyle Kuzma

Bulls: Solomon Hill Etwaun Moore Corey Brewer 1st round NOP 2019
Lakers: Dwayne Wade Frank Jackson
Pelicans: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Cameron Payne

Dskip17

1.) 21 Jul 2017 00:39:27
Lakers also get Stanley Johnson in the Melo trade.


 

 

11 Jul 2017 15:29:35
Boston: Dario saric David Nwaba Nik Stauskas phi 1st rd lottery projected
Philadelphia: Marcus Smart Larry Nance
Los Angeles: Jaylen Brown

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21 Apr 2017 00:05:14
Lakers get 1st overall
Pistons: 1st overall pick Luol Deng Tyler Zeller Tiago Splitter Nick Young Timothe Luwawu Jerryd Bayless (cut)
Celtics: Andre Drummond Richaun Holmes Tyler Ennis Nik Stauskas 2019 LAL swap rights
Sixers: Tobias Harris Avery Bradley Marcus Smart Terry Rozier LAL 28th
Lakers: Ben Simmons Jaylen Brown Stanley Johnson Demetrius Jackson
3rd overall (PHI) 4th overall (BOS) 12th overall (DET)
Detroit rebuilds with KCP, Celtics get a star center to contend, sixers become a playoff team without trading away much of their future (smart Bradley Harris saric Embiid)
Lakers turn their 1st overall pick into many future stars
Draft
3 Josh Jackson
4 Lonzo Ball
12 Zach Collins/Jarrett Allen
Trade
Chi: Clarkson Black Nance ATL pick
ATL: Zubac Mozgov Mirotic Payne cle 2018 2nd round
Cle: Millsap
Lal: Butler Love
Bulls rebuild after butler says he wants out because bulls blow series hawks rebuild around Schroeder after losing to wizards cle gets more dependable big man after loves injury blows them another season and lakers get two stars for cheap because they couldn't lead their teams.
Lakers sign MCW CP3 and Blake Griffin send Jackson to d league trade David nwaba for dekker because rockets need wing defense off the bench
Paul/Ball/MCW
Russell/Jackson/Johnson
Butler/Ingram/Brown
Love/Simmons/Dekker
Griffin/Randle/Robinson

Dskip17

1.) 21 Apr 2017 16:05:53
I really hope you aren't being serious. Trolls out.


 

 

15 Apr 2017 00:29:53
Knicks: Reggie Jackson Tarik Black Tyler Ennis lakers 2018 2nd round
Pistons: David Nwaba Kyle O Quinn Luol Deng
Lakers: Carmelo Anthony Stanley Johnson

Dskip17

1.) 15 Apr 2017 12:40:45
We don't need melo. going to ruin youth's growth.


2.) 15 Apr 2017 21:15:29
I personally agree we shouldn't get Melo unless we transform ourselves into a playoff team just an idea as Melo is on the trading block now.


 

 

 

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08 Dec 2017 20:54:32
U mean Justin Jackson.

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07 Dec 2017 06:48:10
I agree that the pacers and lakers brass are unlikely to get involved that’s a good point.

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07 Dec 2017 06:47:38
Randle is actually the best rated one on one defender this year and top 3 in pick and roll efficiency. Kuz is playing great but Randle is just better at every facet of the game, save his shot. Randle is an nba guy with that elite body, you can teach a jump shot and willingness to go up with the right, you can’t teach size.

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05 Dec 2017 05:58:46
PACERS would not do that for Randle. Randle will continue to grow and get better but Kuzma’s tweener body will never allow him to guard 3s or 4s, he frankly is not a main piece on a championship team so I think the lakers should trade him while he has this immense value.

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28 Sep 2017 20:25:56
Chicago would need to give Milwaukee another piece but this is one of the better ones I've seen.

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