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Lakers Need To Improve, A Lot, But Their Options Are Limited (Pg. 4)

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#101 Japago


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Posted June 05, 2013 - 08:22 PM

Heat's first season together, they had depth issues and you see what you need and build upon it.


Their core was in their prime, so the injury concerns were less than these Lakers'. How could you not expect injury issues dealing with a guy who is nearly 40 and a bunch of guys who are in their mid 30s? Their depth issues weren't so bad either that Lebron needed to play entire games. Even if healthy, this team isn't good enough to compete anyway.


The argument was already had about how good these Lakers are at the beginning of this topic, so I'll stop. Real Deal broke it down really well, as usual.

Edited by Japago, June 05, 2013 - 08:25 PM.

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#102 MDI


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Posted June 28, 2013 - 11:24 AM

Some above average Free agent is gonna get squeezed our since teams want to save $ for 2014...Here are some rock solid players available who are probably hitting the open market: Iguodala, OJ Mayo, Mo Williams, Paul Millsap, Al Jefferson, Jeff Teague, Monte Ellis, Brandon Jennings, Tyreke Evans, Andray Blatche, Gerald Henderson, Corey Brewer, Jose Calderon, JR Smith, Kevin Martin, JJ Hickson, Tiago Splitter.

This is what the owners had in mind teams will get to pay their top 6-7 guys the rest of the roster you will be able to get guys on the cheap. Less money available, lots of talent available in the FA pool.



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