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#1 emplay

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Posted November 27, 2012 - 02:17 PM

Hey all,

Here's something I wanted to make sure I posted:

Pau's trade kicker of 15% is actually a lot less:
http://www.latimes.c...0,4922893.story

Thanks

Eric

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Posted November 27, 2012 - 04:02 PM

15% to 3.4%....dude would be gettin hustled.

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Posted November 27, 2012 - 04:30 PM

Hmm makes it easier but still dont think its possible to trade him. Just cant imagine a team giving up 19 mill worth of player(s) for pau and that would even help us. I think if he gets traded it will be next season at the trade deadline. He has an expiring contract then and teams that know they must go into rebuilding mode will be willing to give up players to get cap space for the next year.

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Posted November 28, 2012 - 04:30 AM

Hmm makes it easier but still dont think its possible to trade him. Just cant imagine a team giving up 19 mill worth of player(s) for pau and that would even help us. I think if he gets traded it will be next season at the trade deadline. He has an expiring contract then and teams that know they must go into rebuilding mode will be willing to give up players to get cap space for the next year.


We can't afford to "experiment" with Gasol for another year. WE just can't. Not on the year we have Dwight Howard on our team and we need to resign him.

if we keep Gasol this year we WON'T win a title. It's just how it is, that's how big of a liability he is.

We are getting rid of Gasol this year as soon as we can and the right deal comes up. We've given him too much "time to figure it out" while everybody else has stepped up and improved their games.

Lakers aren't gonna wait till next year to unload him.

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Posted November 28, 2012 - 04:47 AM

We can't afford to "experiment" with Gasol for another year. WE just can't. Not on the year we have Dwight Howard on our team and we need to resign him.

if we keep Gasol this year we WON'T win a title. It's just how it is, that's how big of a liability he is.

We are getting rid of Gasol this year as soon as we can and the right deal comes up. We've given him too much "time to figure it out" while everybody else has stepped up and improved their games.

Lakers aren't gonna wait till next year to unload him.

That was pretty much set in stone when we got Antoni and passed on Phil.
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