those other guys have no value bro, wake up. we finally found a guy we can trade other than Hill who has some value, and now you dont wanna trade him? his spots taken, we play very well without him. lets improve the team by trading a guy getting ZERO minutes, period.
LET IT GO BRO, JAMISON DID NOT WORK OUT FOR US.
Bigger issues, you should know by now that the Lakers are about unloading what is bad in trade's first.
Which is why we weren't surprised last year when they unloaded Walton and Kapono, but were shocked that they unloaded Fisher.
If we can get players for Walton and Kapono(let alone a player like Ramon Sessions) then we can get someone for Ebanks, Duhon and Clark.
You should know by now that the Lakers aren't usually the type that would trade away Jamison and Keep Clark, Ebanks etc.
They are going to try to unload those guys first to deals before thinking of one with Jamison.
This is how Mitch does business which is why Jamison's name isn't nor will it come up in trade rumors.
This is how Mitch GM's not how fans on the internet do it. If you followed Mitch's work as of lately you'd know this, especially if it's a mid season trade.
So In reality i AM being realistic.
Mitch is going to be looking to unload everybody on the bench "except" Hill and Jamison if he can. It's how he does business. And if he HAS to lose Jamison he'll make it for a good deal. Otherwise, he's going to try to unload the bench garbage timers first.
HE pulled it off last year, he'll try to pull it off this year.
If Mitch finds a way to unload the likes of Clark, Duhon, and Ebanks and NOT lose Jamison he's going to do that. The only way he unloads Jamison is if the deal is big, that's my opinion on it.
I'm not trying to 'save' Jamison. That's just how Mitch does business and trades. You should know that by now.
Edited by Majesty, December 28, 2012 - 11:33 PM.