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21 Jun 2017 04:59:04
1. Lakers trade Randle, Deng, #27 & #28, and 2 future second rounders to the Pacers for Paul George.

2. Lakers trade #2 to the Kings for #5 and #10.

3. Lakers trade Jordan Clarkson and 2020 first round pick to the Pistons for #12.

We draft 2way players De'Aaron Fox (5), Zach Collins (10), Donovon Mitchell (12).

The Lakers can max out Paul George and Demarcus Cousins in 2018 and still have $20 million left to spend.

Fox -
Ingram - Mitchell
George -
Collins - Nance Jr.
Cousins - Zubac

How would you guys fill out the roster with the remaining $20 million in 2018?

eglago

1.) 21 Jun 2017 06:22:17
Kings officially rejected trade 2. They are not trading the #5 pick and #10 pick for #2. Lakers plan was to use #10 in the Paul George trade.

Trade 1. Clarkson is in that rumor deal.


2.) 21 Jun 2017 06:24:51
Don't think i would include the 2 2nd rounders in the deal, we are being generous with randle and the 2 1st rounders. They should be happy we are giving them anything since he wants to be here.


3.) 21 Jun 2017 18:23:46
Citywide: yea that report came out about 30 minutes after I posted this haha. The trade is probably still doable if the Lakers were to add #28. I would be happy with 2 and 28 going for 5 and 10. The rumored PG13 deal is picks 27 and 28 with either Clarkson OR Randle, not both.

CriticalLakeShow: 2 second rounders are barely considered an asset. If they were to take Deng's contract then we would probably have to add another future 1st rounder.


 

 

19 Jun 2017 06:15:42
Pick 1 of the 2 options for all 5 sections.

1. Double or Nothing
Option A: Lakers trade #2 to the Suns for #4 and the Suns 2018 1st round pick.

Option B: Lakers trade #2 to the Kings for #5 and #10.

2. Homecoming
Option A: Lakers trade Deng and #2 to the Pacers for Paul George.

Option B: Lakers trade Mozgov, #28, 2 future second rounders, and Clarkson to the Pacers for Paul George.

3. Star College Teammates
Option A: Lakers trade #2, Russell, Randle, and Brewer to the Wizards for John Wall.

Option B: Lakers trade #2, Clarkson, Nance Jr., and Zubac to the Pelicans for Demarcus Cousins.

4. Rebuild Quality Control
Option A: Lakers trade Randle, Nance Jr., and #28 to the Knicks for Kristaps Porzingis.

Option B: Lakers trade #2 and Russell to the Suns for Devin Booker.

5. Will Lavar Ball's Crying be Tears of Joy?
Option A: Lakers draft Lonzo Ball.

Option B: Lakers draft Josh Jackson.

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1.) 19 Jun 2017 06:39:08
Drug is not good.


 

 

16 Jun 2017 22:12:16
1. Lakers get 5th and 10th picks, Garret Temple, and waive Afflalo

Kings get 2nd pick, Deng, Bulls 2019 second rounder, and the right to swap 1st rounders with the Lakers in 2019 and 2020

2. Lakers get Brook Lopez

Nets get Mozgov, 28th pick, and Denver's 2018 second rounder

3. Lakers get John Wall

Wizards get Russell, Clarkson, Nance Jr., 5th and 10th picks

Lakers go into 2018 free agency with about $76.5 million.

Sign Paul George
Sign Demarcus Cousins
Sign Iman Shumpert
Sign Lance Stephenson
Resign restricted free agent Julius Randle
Resign Tyler Ennis and Thomas Robinson

I think this lineup could be top 3 in offense and defence, while being up next to dominate after the Warriors.

Wall - Ennis
Ingram - Shumpert
George - Stephenson
Randle - Robinson
Cousins - Zubac

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16 Jun 2017 22:10:16
1. Lakers get: Brook Lopez and Trevor Booker

Nets get: #2 pick, Mozgov, Deng, Denver's 2018 and Chicago's 2019 second rounders

2. Lakers get: #10 pick and waive Afflalo

Kings get: Clarkson

Lakers draft Donovan Mitchell (10) and Harry Giles (28)

Lakers go into 2018 free agency with $82 million to spend and a roster that only consists of a young core: Ingram, Russell, Randle (restricted free agent), Nance Jr, Zubac, Mitchell, and Giles.

In the given scenario, what would you do in the 2018 offseason? Please comment below.

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11 Jun 2017 09:11:08
If Magic truly wants to rebuild around Ingram then he should surround him with long athletic versatile 2 way players that are fit to play positionless basketball.

1. Lakers get #5, #10 picks and waive Aaron Afflalo

Kings get Clarkson and Zubac

2. Lakers get #3 pick

76ers get Russell

3. Lakers get Kristaps Porzingis and Melo

Knicks get Deng, Randle and #10 pick

4. Lakers get Brook Lopez

Nets get Mozgov, the 28th pick, Nuggets 2018 and Bulls 2019 second rounders

Lakers draft Josh Jackson (2), De'Aaron Fox (3), and Jonathon Isaac (5).

We go into 2018 free agency with about $74 million to spend when Melo opts out.

• Sign Paul George and Demarcus Cousins each to the max 4 years $130 million.
• Sign Cory Joseph to 3 years $30 million.
• Sign Lance Stephenson to the midlevel exception.
• Resign Ennis and Robinson to the minimum.

Lakers' 2018-19 lineup:
Fox - Joseph - Ennis
Ingram - Jackson - Stephenson
George - Nance Jr.
Porzingis - Isaac
Cousins - Robinson

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1.) 11 Jun 2017 13:21:34
Absolutely none of those are remotely possible.


2.) 11 Jun 2017 14:16:25
Lakers are going to get a better deal from sixers kings will want more and no way do you take melo cause once he is lakets he will want stay.


3.) 11 Jun 2017 14:38:06
Carmelo will not accept a trade to a Lakers team with 3 rookies on it plus having Porzingis come with in the deal. If Porzingis and Anthony aren't working now how will it work with the Lakers? Trade 2 and 4 have been rumored. Doubt either happens however Lakers fans should pray trade 4 happens or else it will be harder to get George and Cousins.


4.) 11 Jun 2017 17:13:36
Finally we're getting a comment thread going, its been a while.

Lakefront - I'd say trades 2 and 4 are actually more likely to happen than not.

Dennisdeman - Sixers will want Russell because of his AAU days with Simmons. Kings said they're willing to trade #5 and #10 for Phillys #3 because they want De'Aaron Fox. If the Lakers pick up Fox then the Kings would want to consolidate their picks for young talent with potential. The Kings' rebuild gets a jumpstart by adding Clarkson and Zubac. We could always sweeten the pot by allowing the Kings the right to swap 1st rounders with us in 2019 and 2020. I would rather have Melo's contract for a year then Deng's for 2, especially if it allows us to upgrade Randle for Porzingis.

Citydude - if Melo were to accept a trade, most believe its going to be to LA, Chicago, or Cleveland. Melo isn't competing for a playoff spot with the Knicks anyways and might accept the trade to get rid of the drama and start fresh somewhere he already lives during the summer. Melo and Porzingis are good friends. That's not to say they're an all-star duo, but by trading them both the Knicks can reset their culture and rebuild. I don't expect that tandem to excel in LA, but the trade is more geared for phase 2 of the rebuild which is 2018 free agency. A team with $75 million in cap space with a young core of Ingram, Porzingis, Fox, Jackson, Isaac, and Nance Jr will attract multiple top free agents. I agree that trades 2 and 4 are the likely ones out of the group and that we need to rid ourselves of at least 1 of Deng or Mozgov this offseason.


5.) 11 Jun 2017 18:22:08
The only way I see Carmelo wanting to come to the Lakers is in 2018 if he opts out and if Lebron James opts out then both Carmelo and Lebron come to the Lakers as a duo with maybe Dwayne Wade. Now each of them would have to take a pay cut plus Mozgov and Deng would have to be off the books. Maybe have Paul George and Brook Lopez already there from trade and resigned making a super team. Has to be appealing to players looking to win championships. We could still have the young core as well.


6.) 11 Jun 2017 19:57:31
LeBron and the banana boat club aren't joining the Lakers. Melo will be increasingly willing to accept a trade as his relationship with the Knicks continues to crash. Our young core has been built off of drafting the best available for the past 3 years so we need to form their identity.


7.) 12 Jun 2017 13:59:06
I think all the trades are trades that can be made just to many pick for Lopez two picks at the most and not zu block maybe add a pick to clarkson trade .


 

 

 

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21 Jun 2017 18:23:46
Citywide: yea that report came out about 30 minutes after I posted this haha. The trade is probably still doable if the Lakers were to add #28. I would be happy with 2 and 28 going for 5 and 10. The rumored PG13 deal is picks 27 and 28 with either Clarkson OR Randle, not both.

CriticalLakeShow: 2 second rounders are barely considered an asset. If they were to take Deng's contract then we would probably have to add another future 1st rounder.

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16 Jun 2017 07:55:49
D-Lo and Josh Jackson. I think he will develop into a player similar to Jimmy Butler. Everyone is sleeping on D-Lo's passing ability and we have Ingram and Randle who are more than capable of bringing the ball up. A wing trio of Ingram, Jackson, and Paul George is set up to succeed in the modern NBA style of play.

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11 Jun 2017 19:57:31
LeBron and the banana boat club aren't joining the Lakers. Melo will be increasingly willing to accept a trade as his relationship with the Knicks continues to crash. Our young core has been built off of drafting the best available for the past 3 years so we need to form their identity.

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11 Jun 2017 17:21:10
Im not sure where you got the 2 picks and 3 players claim from. The Pistons would get the #2 pick and a future 2nd rounder along with Clarkson and Mozgov. Are you trying to say that's too much for Drummond or not enough? We would be getting rid of 2 of our 3 highest paid players (with 3 years left on their deals) and 2 picks (one of them probably being in the high 40s) . If the Lakers could draft Drummond with the #2 pick, they would. If they could erase Mozgov's contract by giving up Clarkson, they would. The Pistons have been shopping him and Reggie Jackson since last season's trade deadline.

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11 Jun 2017 17:13:36
Finally we're getting a comment thread going, its been a while.

Lakefront - I'd say trades 2 and 4 are actually more likely to happen than not.

Dennisdeman - Sixers will want Russell because of his AAU days with Simmons. Kings said they're willing to trade #5 and #10 for Phillys #3 because they want De'Aaron Fox. If the Lakers pick up Fox then the Kings would want to consolidate their picks for young talent with potential. The Kings' rebuild gets a jumpstart by adding Clarkson and Zubac. We could always sweeten the pot by allowing the Kings the right to swap 1st rounders with us in 2019 and 2020. I would rather have Melo's contract for a year then Deng's for 2, especially if it allows us to upgrade Randle for Porzingis.

Citydude - if Melo were to accept a trade, most believe its going to be to LA, Chicago, or Cleveland. Melo isn't competing for a playoff spot with the Knicks anyways and might accept the trade to get rid of the drama and start fresh somewhere he already lives during the summer. Melo and Porzingis are good friends. That's not to say they're an all-star duo, but by trading them both the Knicks can reset their culture and rebuild. I don't expect that tandem to excel in LA, but the trade is more geared for phase 2 of the rebuild which is 2018 free agency. A team with $75 million in cap space with a young core of Ingram, Porzingis, Fox, Jackson, Isaac, and Nance Jr will attract multiple top free agents. I agree that trades 2 and 4 are the likely ones out of the group and that we need to rid ourselves of at least 1 of Deng or Mozgov this offseason.

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