In a poll in the link above, the question was asked if people would consider trading one of the core players (Ingram, Ball, Kuzma) in order to lure a superstar. 18 people have voted, and answers are as follows:
1. I would consider trading multiple of them (27.8%)
2. I wouldn't trade any of them (22%)
3. I would trade only Kuzma (22%)
4. I would trade only Ball (17%)
5. I would trade only Ingram (11%)
So majority of the people is open to trading one of the young core for a superstar. Based on the recent rumor that Lakers would be open to a trade (see quote below), how would you go on with it? What should be the red lines that must not be crossed when we continue to rebuild the roster?
"While they like their young core and would prefer to keep those players growing together, they have told teams no player is untouchable in trades, according to multiple sources who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of trade and free-agent negotiations.
"To be clear, the Lakers are not actively shopping any of their players. They are willing to listen to offers and could move one of them — even a member of the talented young cadre of Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Brandon Ingram or Josh Hart — if an offer blows them away." http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2776801-lakers-trade-rumors-la-has-told-teams-no-player-in-young-core-is-untouchable