LeBron has destroyed the Lakers.
The passive-aggressive egos of the NBA are continually fed.
Well I’m not talking 5 for each. 2 for one. 3 for the other. Ok maybe cut that in half and give me a younG all star.
point is they aren’t going anywhere and they longer this goes on the less value they have
@Java copy. I got that. still thinks it’s alot to expect in return…hope they can.
@Pasadena Trojan would you accept Benoit Benjamin and 4 cases of snickers?
seems far fetched to think the Lakers could get 5 1st round draft picks for a 37 year old LeBron (with only 1 more year on his contract) & for Street Clothes (AD). Then again only takes 1 taker w/ a Get the chip now mentality?? idk what team has that kind of draft capital. maybe one does. agree time to try it.
Read my posts here. Not sure if I saw it a month or 3 months ago. I went to a game and there was just. Nothing. No energy. No chemistry. No effort. I really felt I’ve enjoyed watching some church pick up games more than what I paid $600 to see that night.
i said la should get what they can for James. I’d take a low level all star and two first rounders. Not sure if la could get that. Then I’d trade Davis. I would hope for a decent al star type. Even if he’s a point or a wing. And I’m looking at 3-4 first round picks over a 5 year period. I’d even back down and take a top young player. A futures type star and two first rounders and a second.
either way I want two legit players and 5 first rounders for those two. As the laker roster now stands I would keep Austin reaves
kendRick bum? Dump that free loader. If you dont have surgery and you can’t get your body ready to play in 6 months? You suck And should turn in your contract.
Let Malik monk and russel westbrick run around. Waste time. Lose game and put up good stats. They can play out their contracts and lakers can get lottery picks. Hopefully they will have at least 7 first rounders over the next 5 years and after brick leaves and they trade away bum and unibrows contracts they can sign a star. Develop a couple and be right there while le China goes and ruins another team
@Waldorf we sat about 15 rows up and right about at the north baseline. Looking across. Meaning look to the left and we looked ie court and striaght across saw the guys inbound balls after basket great tickets but you’re right. Son said they’re not worth it. Don’t do it
but. He was home only a few more days. He’s a senior in Boston. Has a job offer there and likely to stay. Not many more summer vacations or Christmas breaks. He’s my youngest. All the others married and in their careers around the world. So you do what you do while you can. We couldn’t ski or golf or do anything physical this trip because he broke his foot a week before coming home. So yep. $300 each man. Good thing I can afford it
@Javawell, everything else about the experience seems pretty positive. So in that sense it was worth the money.
I remember when I went and saw the Lakers all the time in the 1980s, I don't think I ever paid more than 20 or $25 for a ticket. Granted, they weren't always the best seats, and we weren't down at Courtside with Dyan Cannon and Jack Nicholson. But even if you factor in inflation, holy cow those tickets were nowhere near as expensive as anyone would pay today for even the crappiest seats. The NBA just doesn't get it.