Looks like Odom is upset about the possibility of him being traded to Indy. I’m glad to hear this. Odom+Bynum+1st for J.O. is a lot to give up in my opinion. Maybe this gives us an edge and Walsh won’t pursue Odom in a J.O. deal; maybe this crushes the deal altogether? Either way, Odom wants to be a Laker:

ESPN: Sources close to Odom indicate the 27-year-old would be “quite unhappy” if he’s sent to the Pacers in an O’Neal deal and that it would take a three-year contract extension from the Pacers (or any team that makes a move for him) to get Odom “on board” with a trade. No word yet on how that might factor into Indy’s decision making.

The lanky lefty has two seasons left on his contract after this season runs out, at $13.2 million and $14.1 million. Packaging Odom and Bynum would get the Lakers close to O’Neal’s salary-cap number — $18.1 million if the trade happened before the draft and $19.8 million if it happened after July 1 — but at least one other low-salaried Laker (such as Sasha Vujacic) would have to be included.

The Lakers are expected to resist Indy’s efforts to expand the deal to include Jamaal Tinsley, even though they need a point guard as much as anything, because plugging a non-shooter like Tinsley into Phil Jackson’s triangle offense holds little appeal.

If you’re thinking, incidentally, that Odom and Bynum is a lot to give up for O’Neal — even without a draft choice thrown in — you’ll surely recall that the Lakers had an opportunity to trade for Kidd in February without including Odom. Bynum and Brown’s expiring contract would have been the Jersey-bound cornerstones of that deal — creating a Bryant-Kidd-Odom trio — but Bynum still had an untouchable tag at that point. That’s no longer the case, according to L.A. sources.

  • lamar_odom

    odom shouldn’t be traded…24/7

    don’t trade odommmmm

  • bigbadjames

    woooow. seems like we’re being backed in into a corner. DAMN

  • http://www.mrgarylee.com Gary Unhappy Odom Plays like Crap

    Odom should STFU . . . he’s the most overrated talent in the NBA with everyone talking about his potential since he was drafted by the clippers. This summer is all about “what can you do for me NOW” . . . . we don’t care about potential anymore . . . . Odom needs to a team of his own if he really wants to succeed, so he should just pack up and leave so he can be closer to his family on the least coast!

  • Jeff

    If Lamar starts going public about being traded and showing frustration it could hurt the Lakers chances at landing a big name player… If Lamar comes out and says “I dont like this team, or I dont want to live in that city” teams are going to look elsewhere.

    If I was an owner and some guy said “I will be unhappy being traded to that team”, i would have to think twice before bringing that player aboard.

  • lakerfan81

    I want to stop hearing people say how much odom sucks. Id like to see any one of these people play him in a game of basketball. Odom is a very verstile athletic player. He is probably the best passer at his size in the NBA. anyone who averages 18 pts 9 rbs and 5 assists is pretty good. his biggest problem is that he is too unselfish and does not look for his own shot. With his talent and size and a different mindset too look for his own shot and be the go to guy Odom could probably average 20pts 10 rbs and 6 asists. The problem is that he does not have that mind set but that does not mean that he sucks. look at Rasheed wallace he is easily talented enough to be a superstar but he just doesnt like being the main guy but he certainly does not suck.

  • Skim.

    This could mean that the Lakers not get Jermaine O’neal at all. This also could mean that we might be able to get Jermaine O’neal for Andrew Bynum and another player. We dont really have any marketable players but if something can happen with another player this could be a good sign for the Laker organization and fans.

  • One35

    Suck it up Odom stupid pot head.

  • lakersfan17

    Have to agree with Jeff there.But i do think Bynum/Odom/19th pick is way to much for O’neal.But lets wait to see what happens…

  • Ciek

    Looks like that trade is over and done with. Lakers will not part away with Odom. Thats the only good thing about it.

  • Bryan

    If the lakers give up both odom and bynum for jermaine, we’ll just be back at “ground zero.” Of course the Pacers are gonna want to include Odom in the deal. They’re gonna try to get the most they can out of the Lakers. I say we give them Bynum Luke Sasha 19th Pick. I love Luke just as much as the next Laker fan but Odom is just too much to lose. Didn’t you guys see game 5 versus the suns? How much energy Odom brought to that game? It would have been a blown out if it weren’t for him. Keep in mind he played with an injured shoulder and hyper-extended elbow. You Odom haters should realize that a trio of Kobe-JO-Odom can go a long way.

  • Jeff

    Only way I would give up Lamar Odom is if the Lakers aquired Kevin Garnett in the process. ITS THE ONLY WAY the Lakers could improve without Lamar Odom

  • KingKobe

    Odom is terribly overrated. The fact is that he does not have the mind for this game. He’s admitted many a time that he loses focus IN THE MIDDLE OF GAMES!! He’s doesn’t have the drive nor the killer instinct that a great NBA player needs. He has ALL the tools but what’s the point if you’re only gonna use them once a month? Everyone needs to realize that Odom has played this way ever since he jumped into the league. He plays amazingly once in a while and just enough to make people say “Oh look at that potential! If he played like this all the time he would dominate!”
    He’s played this way for far too long and there’s no reason to think he’s gonna start playing any harder now.
    He’d be fine as a third or maybe a forth option but that’s all.

  • lakerfan81

    I will say once again that Odom does not suck. But anyways I will remind everyone that everyone was so excited about the lakers chances at the beginning of the season when everyone was healthy and they were playing good. But then everyone got hurt and people were asked to play minutes, positions do things they simply were not capable of doing.
    That being said the lakers problem is not offense when everyone is healthy particularly walton (the lakers offense just runs alot smoother when hes playing) the lakers are great offensively, the problem is defense.

    the lakers couldn’t stop anyone from penetrating the lane then the whole defense would collapse. Sometimes it looked like someone from the crowd could have penetrated the lane against them. An oneal trade (even one that is overpaid for) would improve the defense in the front court. But I don’t care how good your front court is, if everyone is getting to the rim its not going to be effective.

    the lakers need to do something to sure up the perimeter defense Parker is a good defensive player when he decides to actually play defense but that doesn’t happen very often. If he wants to continue playing in the league I think he should focus on defense and not worry about playing offense th en maybe he will have a career in the NBA

  • http://www.kb24.com darkice18

    why dont we jus trade Bynum Kwame Luke 19th pick for JO????

  • lakerfan81

    just not with the lakers

  • RoWyN

    IT WOULD REALLY SUCK IF ODOM GETS TRADED. IMO he should still be part of the nucleus the lakers are trying to build. Odom wasn’t the problem with the lakers so why fix that part when it wasn’t broke in the first place.
    Don’t get me wrong, I do agree that he lacks effort at a lot of games but he was being forced to play a role he wasn’t (and probably never going to be) used to — which is the #2 guy. But he is a good option to have in both defense and offense. When he had his best year in Miami, he wasn’t one of the top two guys either. The lakers need to realize this (and should’ve done so a long time ago) and have needed somebody to take this role after they let go of Caron (which was a great move to get Kwame.) It could’ve been Kidd or Artest but the lakers chose to not do anything.
    All I’m saying is Kobe Lamar a consistent 2nd option scorer together with decent role players will be a great team.

  • Just_A_Laker_Fan

    [quote comment=”1248″]why dont we jus trade Bynum

    Kwame

    Luke

    19th pick for JO????[/quote]
    Just can’t happen because you need a all star player to trade for another allstar player. Why it includes two-three players is because of how much O’Neal is about 18 mil going to 19 so Bynum and Brown and first round is impossible to trade. We could trade Vlade but Pacers will not agree to that trade. I say keep it in the DL because not a lot of teams can go after J.O. just because of his price range. But still I believe Lakers will have to trade for Odom and Bynum for O’Neal.

    Too bad Garnett isn’t in the mix of all of this. All he has to say is trade me…. But if he does opts out and becomes a free agent and lets say does sign with the Lakers now you have two big men down low and be a hard to in the paint with JO and KG…..

  • Carlos Batres

    The only issue that I have a problem with the Lakers trading Lamar is that they are including so many players just to get a player (JO) who has almost the same stats as Lamar except for blocked shots. I have no clue why they would also include Bynum in the deal. If it is for the purpose of making sure that the salaries match then why not include other players instead of Bynum? Also, the only reason why Lamar is not successful with the Lakers is because the triangle is not designed for a player like him. We all know he can play just based on his last season with the Heat. But at this point, the frustration is so big for me and a lot of Laker fans that we just want to see a team full of players who can CONSISTENTLY help Kobe instead of just showing up some nights and that is exactly what Lamar is doing now. Why not go after role players instead of “big ticket” names. There are so many players that the Lakers can get who are tired of losing on their own teams and who just want to win and it wont cost them that much to get. For example, Grant Hill. Let me ask all you this: If the Lakers were to get JO and give up all those players that are being mentioned, will that make them immediate contenders?…….hmmmmm!

  • JK

    Is anyone else upset that the front office didnt pull the trigger for kidd? Bynum/Kwame/ filler for kidd? ….. Kidd, Kobe, Odom, Walton… thats a pretty crazy run/gun team. All 4 of those players can start the break. Kidd and Odom both rebound well, sigh. Kidd only has 2 years left on his contract.. so even if he does decline, he can still be a valuable trade asset 08/09.

    I think this is still the best option. Trade some draft picks for decent bench players, like we did for Mo last year. Even tho we don’t owe anything to Lamar, the lakers should show some loyalty for a guy that played through the later parts of the season in pain.

  • no trade?

    all of an sudden now ther isn’t gonna be an trade?!?!
    i aggree that odom, buynum and a pick is way to much for o’neal especially because of his injuries…
    i think that the lakers shuold give another go at Kevin Garnett…

  • Kobe_Fan24

    I HAVE TO AGREE WITH JK ABOUT HOW THE FRONT OFFICE DID NOT TRADE FOR KIDD AT THE TRADE DEADLINE. THEY HAD TO OFFER BYNUM, KWAME, AND FILLER. NOW I HOPE BUT DOUBT VERY MUCH THAT THE LAKERS MAKE A BID FOR KIDD. AT HIS AGE I KNOW SOME PEOPLE WILL DECLINE HIM OF HIS TALENTBUT HE’S A GOOD DEFENDER, PASSER AND REBOUNDER(FOR BEING A POINT G).THEY SHOULD OFFER BYNUM, KWAME, AND BRAIAN COOK. THAT MIGHT BE TO MUCH BUT WE NEED A POINT GUARD MORE THAN BIG MEN. IF THAT HAPPENS WHICH IM PRETTY SURE IT WONT HAPPEN WE COULD GO AFTER ARTEST. WE WOULD PROBABLY TRADE WALTON AND MAYBE VUJACIC. WE COULD ALSO PURSUE BIBBY AND ARTEST SOMEHOW BUT NOT LIKELY. IM JUST MAKING SOME SUGGESTIONS.IM NOT SAYING IT’S GOING TO HAPPEN BUT ITS POSSIBLE.WE COULD FIND A WAY TO TRADE FOR BILLUPS FOR FARMER AND FILLER. I LIKE LAMAR ODOM AND I THINK HE IS THE BEST VERSATILE PLAYER IN THE LEAGUE, REGARDLESS OF WHATANYONE SAYS.HE WAS PLAYING THROUGH A LOT OF PAIN DURING THE SEASON AND PLAYOFFS. IF WE PICK UP JO THIS SUMMER WITHOUT GIVING ODOM THEN IM ALL FOR IT.I LIKE BYNUM,KWAME,COOK OR RADMAN, AND 2 ROUND PICK FOR JERMAINE.IF SOMEHOW THAT DEAL GOES THROUGH THEN AND IF WE PICK UP ARTEST, WE WILL HAVE A BETTER OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE TEAM. AND IF ODOM STAYS TEHN THAT WILL BE A TEAM THAT CAN’T BE BEAT.TEHN NEXT YEAR WHEN AND IF KG OPTS OUT HE WILL PLAY WITH THE LAKERS.I THINK CHRIS MIHM SHOULD BE RE-SIGNED for minimum to see what he gots to offer. HE I STILL THINK HE IS A GOOD PLAYER AT BOTH ENDS BEFORE HE WENT DOWN ALL SEASON.DON’T FORGET ZACK RANDOLF IS OUT THERE(FORGET ABOUT HIS OFF COURT ISSUES),JASON TERRY, AND MAYBE PAU GASOL.I HOPE WE CAN GET A SUPERSTAR OR A GREAT DEFENDER(KOBE CANT PLAY OFFENSE AND DEFENSE LIKE EVERYONE EXPECTS HIM OF DOING).BEFORE THE INJURIES CAME IN WE WERE PLAYING GOOD BASKETBALL.EVERYONE NEEDS TO STAY HEALTHY AND NOT GET INJURED.THE LAKERS WILL HAVE A BETTER TEAM NEXT SEASON NO MATTER WHAT.

  • http://www.friendster.com/3581534 CV_LEX7

    This deal muz not go though… for those guys that thinks that odom is overated… think again. This guy is an allstar before his injury and continue to hustle for the lakers when he’s back playing with injury. If there’s a guy that gives a 110% effort for the Lakers not including Kobe, It’s Lamar. u don’t get a guy that keap quiet about overshadowed by kobe, and keap doing those little things on the court that stats don’t tell. BTW, Odom has only been injured for a half of a season in his 3 years stay in LA. He’ll be an allstar when he’s healthy next season. JO to me is too much of a salary burden for the Lakers. 18M for 3 years??? that’s way too much for a guy that’s injured almost every season. there’re more smaller and more suitable deals out there that’ll benefit the Lakers even more. The only way Lakers is giving up Odom is for KG… I jz watched 1 of the game that Lakers played before Odom got injured against the Spurs. They played really well and executed the triangle really well.. So i think the Lakers are onli a star or 2 away by not giving up too much. Artest, billups or a camby may well be the deal.

  • Ricky

    Okay, in my opinion, this sudden Lamar Odom outcry will garner both a positive and negative situation for the Lakers organization to deal with. The positive aspect of this predicament is to hear Lamar Odom wants to be a Laker and continue his career here in Los Angeles. I believe that Lamar Odom should stay; he deserves another chance to prove himself. The way he played near the end of last season was remarkable, especially in the latter stages of the playoffs against the Suns. Odom showed that he belongs here with the Lakers, he played well and played his ass off in game 5, scoring 33 points before going down. The negative aspect is that this situation may cause the Lakers a chance at acquiring Jermaine O’Neal in a trade with the Pacers. However, a trade involving Odom, Bynum, and the 19th pick is absolutely too much for O’Neal; heck it’s too much for Garnett as well. So here is the rundown on what the Lakers should do to appease Kobe, and now Lamar. The Lakers should negotiate a package centered around Andrew Bynum, Kwame Brown, the 19th pick, and possibly Radmanovic to match salaries. The Lakers in return should acquire O’Neal and possibly one of the Pacers low-salaried players (Orien Greene, PG 6-4 195). So again, in my opinion, the bottom line for the Lakers is to keep Odom and package the previous proposed deal to the Pacers for Jermaine O’Neal.

  • magic32

    trade kobe to the suns for marion, barbosa , and diaw.

    PG – Steve Nash
    SG – Kobe Bryant
    SF – Raja Bell
    PF – Amare Or Kurt
    C – Amare Or Kurt

    ( 3 – TIME NBA CHAMPIONS !!!!! )

  • kobeguru

    For those that say that Lamar doesn’t play well with the lakers because of the triangle doesn’t work well with players like himself, you are are wrong. Pippen is the same type of player as Lamar, but Pippen does much better in the triangle. Also, do you forget who the focus of all defense is when a team is playing the Lakers, Kobe. Just imagine, Lamar doesn’t have a consistent jumper, so when Kobe passes out of a double team, Lamar won’t hit the jumpshot. Also, Lamar’s game doesn’t counter Kobe, for example, Lamar can’t post up very well(especially when you miss the amount of layups he misses), so that means lamar can’t post up, then kick it out to someone else or Kobe. Also, Lamar won’t be double teamed, but I can see a player like Jermaine O’neal being double teamed. Just imagine a team where you have a post-up player that needs to be double teamed, and Kobe demanding a zone, that is unstoppable. I also believe that Lamar and Luke can’t guard anybody, but with luke you can sometimes get away with it because he would normally guard an ok small forward, and Kobe would guard the dominant guard, but sometimes that is switched up like when the lakers face Lebron. Basically, the Lakers could be a little bit better with another offensive player, but they need more of a defensive player. You need someone that can guard the best post-up player in the game, while making guards scared to go in the paint. Seriously, can you imagine Lamar being able to guard Shaq in his prime, no one on the lakers except Kwame who could do a 25 point job on Shaq, but the Lakers would be able to stop dominant big men if they get Jermaine O’neal. It seems like the Lakers lose a lot by losing Lamar, Andrew, Cookie, and a second round pick, for Jermaine O’neal. But if look at it offensively, sure, the Lakers would struggle time to time on offense without as many options, but Kobe could carry the offensive load, then you could throw it inside to Jermaine. But the key is in the trade, you aren’t giving up much defensively in Lamar, Andrew, and Cook, but you are getting that type if defensive minded player which the Lakers need. Also, if you need more help on defense, you could do Kwame, Sasha, and a 2008 1st round draft pick for Marcus Camby, and if you throw in another player or a draft pick, you could get Steve Blake. This would give you a team that could all shoot, all play defense(except Luke who is okay), and all players that want to win. The only Lakers that should be untouchable should be Kobe(of course) and Farmar. You are probably asking Farmar?, but I see him becoming a Jason Kidd or Steve Nash, one thing I can tell you about Jordan Farmar, he will be better than Andrew Bynum in the end. Overall, the Lakers don’t need any more offense(the Lakers averaged around 105 ppg), but the Lakers need more defense. With the good defensive players the Lakers can make in the off-season, the Lakers could become a very good defensive team. But, the decision isn’t up to us, but the Lakers organization.

  • fredos

    Odom is an intricate part of the triangle. Sure he is inconsistant because he is not used to being the number two guy, but if we do keep him and get O’Neal, you know Lamar is going to do all the little things that are essential to win. Need to play paremeter, Lamar is great because of his size and plus their will be nobody to help because of Kobe. Need a post presence, Lamar can do that because O’Neal will require attention and the player sent after him will usually be to slow, and when help comes, due to his great court vision, he could kick it out to not only Kobe, but O’Neal. So yeah, we CAN’T, we MUSTN’T give up Odom and Bynum for O’Neal. One or the other, preferably Bynum

    Here is a trade scenerio which seems to make sense (matching salaries included):

    Bynum (A young center which they covet)
    Brown ($9.1 Million off the books)
    Evans ($1.5 Million off the books)
    Radmanovic (to match salaries)
    19th Pick (just to convince)

    Close to $11 million off the books in order to resign some players, I say that is great for a team looking to aquire some free agents.

  • http://getgarnett.com Jackson

    odom is going to go to the raptors for chris bosh i dont get how the lakers dont think about bosh dwight howard those young guys. or dont even trade odom and got a guy like chris wilcox who can score hes scored about 30 points agianst L.A. Hes gonna get better and bigger ans stronger. Try to make a deal for Elton Brand.

  • kobe

    YES…good idea…me odom n oneal…nba champ contender

  • arnel,chicago,IL

    ok look magic32 no way in the world does kobe go to the fucking lucky ass suns ok no way… but umm yea just get jo without giving up odom.. and go get g.hill and maybe mo will… an outside shot is to get artest and bibby but that no gonna happen.. starting lineup
    pg-mo will,farmar
    the best in the KOBE
    luke or artest(if traded for)
    odom
    JO
    = championship

  • k0be da 1 andonly

    (MJ= Kobe Pippen= Jermaine)= dynasty

    DO THE MATH LAKER FANS

  • http://www.hehatemeisgod.com Hehateme

    If we trade odom,bynum for o’neal we are still back to square one we don’t improve mutch. The only way I trade odom, bynum is if we get garnett other than that we don’t need to give up both.

    My dream Team
    pg kidd
    sg kobe
    sf walton
    pf odom
    c o’neal

  • RoWyN

    CV_LEX7, you’re a smart man. It’s true that a lot of people are blaming Lamar when he is not (by a stretch) THE reason they ended their season bad. The only thing I disagree was the effort Lamar puts EVERY night. It’s true that he played like an All-Star before the break and picked up really well in the end of the season. But, he should learn to keep his head in the game more consistently, ’cause he wasn’t. I am really frustrated at his effort in the free throw line. But still, he is a guy you can count on in terms of boards, assists, and somewhat offense. Trading him won’t solve the problems because you’re risking to build a team to once again find an identity. The Lakers is one or two above average players to be a contender. JO will only hold the salary cap even more. Although he is good, him and Kobe wouldn’t be able to contend for the title. And I doubt the Lakers can make any other deal with Kobe and JO’s salaries combined.

  • rmeazy82

    You guys on here bashing Odom need to quit. He played hurt almost all season not to mention the rough summer he had with losing his son. L.O. is not the problem we can trade Bynum, and a pick and someone else to Indiana. If we gonna trade L.O. we better get a Garnett or somone of that caliber.

  • punkjones

    Odom, despite being criticized, sometimes rightly for so his offensive inconsistency, lack of a real go to move, and lack of fulling playing up to his talent-filled potential. Nonetheless, he’s an incredible rebounder, and an underrated defender. He plays hard. He just sometimes plays stupid. He’s capable of some real knucklehead plays in the clutch and that takes away some of his lustre (offensive fouls in the final minutes for one!). Problem is he’s had a lot time to show us what he can do alongside Kobe and it’s been a real mixed bag. At times he just stands around the perimeter launching threes. It seems like he only rarely posts up – notably against the Suns. He doesn’t demand the ball and as such he often looks uninvolved in the offense.

    So many of you guys are saying LO and Bynum and a pick are too much to give up for JO – an All Star legitimate big man(granted he’s in the east, but he’s still an excellent player. He used to give Shaq a run for his money when he was on Portland even). Bynum’s not close to starting material right now. I think giving them up is fine. Then you have Kwame to defend at the center position (or Camby if they aren’t still laughing in Denver) and either way that’s a pretty daunting frontline. Kwame doesn’t have to shoot, just play D. It’s a lot better than what they’ve got going right now with LO and Bynum, sorry. It just is. If Indy wants it you’ve got to make it happen if you’re the Lakers. But maybe they’ll take Kwame’s expiring contract instead of LO – they already have an LO type player in Danny Grainger. I don’t see why they’d be so hot on LO and his contract.

  • Kim

    Its good that Odom speaks up, Odom and Bynum is to much for any body inthe NBA.
    IT should only be Bynum Kwarme Vlade and picks for Oneal…
    That would create a Triangle of Kobe-Odom and JO…

  • JB

    what’s wrong with the front office.. they could’ve gotten Kidd for two faltering Big men. They could’ve gotten Baron Davis to play in LA for less money. They could’ve kept Butler, an all-star, in LA. Instead they traded him along with Chucky Atkins, who’s by the way, doing well in Memphis, for Kwame Brown, and Laron Profit..who’s he? They could’ve signed a good veteran who’s not far below his prime… instead they signed aaron mckie. Yes, he WAS a good player, now, I don’t think he still has enough gas left in his tank. What else.. oh yeah, they wanted to get Pippen… that’s good, he could surely help the coaching staff. Oh wait, as a player?! What’s wrong with you guys.

  • billlybooy

    damn, LA is going to trade LO, Bynum, Brown, & Sasha to Indiana for JO & Tinsley. HELL NO!!!

    tinsley is such a bad PG and o’neal isn’t worth for bynum & odom.

    and of course lamar is pissed of getting tradet. he played his ass off with the fucked up shoulder and now they’ll send him to indiana

    DON’T DO IT MITCH !

  • Kobester24

    Trading Odom Bynum 1st for O’neal is a stupid ass trade. That is paying way too much, for a guy that can’t even grab 10 boards and 20 points against EAST COAST centers!

  • Swiggle

    I have not missed a Laker game since 1996 and I can honestly say this season by Lamar was one of the most courageous seasons I have ever seen from a Laker player. I don’t know how he managed to battle through all the hardships that he faced and still ended the season the way he did with all those injuries. He is one of the hardest players to defend in the league. He plays good D. And now he has proven to everyone that he has heart. A lot of heart. I think this site should be called don’ttradelamar.com. Under no circumstances would I trade Lamar. Find a way to get JO without losing Lamar, and sign Chauncy Billups! Done deal. Chauncy, Kobe, Luke, Lamar, Jermaine.

  • Jimmy

    Either way you look at it, some kind of trade has to happen because Seattle and Portland have instantly gotten better.

  • Swiggle

    “and Laron Profit..whos he?”

    He actually looked like a pretty bright young prospect untill he tore his achiles tendon. I just hated when him and Kobe were on the court at the same time cause I could never tell them apart.

  • Jimmy

    Yeah, they looked exactly the same. The guy scored pretty well, but did get injured pretty bad.

  • kobe2481

    give him up if u have to and in dis case you do

  • kobe2481

    mitch ur a freakin noob!!!!! trade bymun his not going anywhere he wont be a superstar also he wont be a good player give him up !!!!!

    why in the hell would u get him in the first place!!!!! think abt it all the 2005 draft picks are good in the 1st round except andrew

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